Crayola Markers have been around for a long time and make quality washable markers. Unlike other washable markers, they do not bleed and make a big mess. Also, they last and wash off of skin and most clothing easily. Here are six of the best washable markers for kids.
Crayola Eight Count Washable Broad Line Markers
These bright hued markers have all the colors necessary to make a rainbow. The markers are thick enough for coloring and fine enough for writing. I have kept them for years and never seen them bleed or dry up. They wash off of clothes easily too. Buy these for $4.99.
Pip-Squeaks Washable Markers
These little markers make a big statement on paper. Great for small hands, get the pack of 16 for tons of interesting colors. Since they are tiny, these markers are easy to store and come in a flexible package. Of course, they wash out easily too. They cost $5.79.
Washable Window Markers
Let kids doodle on the windows for birthdays, holidays and other fun events. These markers come in a variety of eight basic colors. They can also be used on “glass picture frames, mirrors and Mylar balloons.” Let your kids doodle worry free because their designs will wash off without a fuss. These cost $5.49.
Washable Multicultural Markers
I remember when I was in grade school and had to color all the faces either brown or peach. Now, Crayola makes crayons and markers in multicultural colors. There are eight washable markers of different skin tones so kids can draw all of their friends and family in a more realistic way. These cost $4.99.
48 Count Trayola
This is a must have for elementary teachers. The thin markers come in stackable, plastic trays. This is wonderful for small groups, centers or art projects. Also, they are easy to clean up and store. These have fine tips and are great for coloring, writing and detailing. Of course it washes off of clothing too. This package costs $24.99.
12 Count Fine Line Washable Markers
Fine line markers are superb for tracing, writing and coloring in tiny details. This package has basic bright colors. I used to have my students use these markers on final drafts after writing in pencil. They cost $4.99.
All of these markers are available at the Crayola Store along with many retail, educational and online stores. Find out where to buy them here. At the beginning of the school year, many stores have special deals on Crayola markers so check out your store circulars today.