Review of Crayola’s Dry-Erase Travel Pack

This is part of the stash of art supplies I bought for Alicia the other day:

Retails at $25.90
This is how it looks like when the pouch is opened
In the case, there are a total of four crayons (red, blue, green and black), a crayon sharpener, an erase mitt (for cleaning), and eight (reusable) activity sheets.
The crayons are washable – Alicia accidentally brushed one against my fabric sofa and I managed to wipe it off easily with a damp cloth. The crayon marks also come off easily by just wiping the plastic surface with the erase mitt provided (it’s a glove, so just slot your hand (or your kid’s hand) in and wipe, with a bit of applied pressure).
There is a plastic folder where you slot the activity sheets – and that’s really what makes them reusable. The activity sheets are really just normal paper. πŸ˜›
And hence, that means you can technically create your own activity sheets, cut them into the right size and slot them in and you have customised activity sheets for your child! Sounds great, huh? πŸ™‚ I’ve yet to have to customise any for Alicia yet… hee.
Alicia working on one of the activity sheets
Colour away!

The best part about this product is that it’s meant for travel use so it all folds up nicely into a compact case (slightly larger than A5 size). A good way to entertain a kid when on the move (or when you need her to stay still for awhile)! πŸ™‚

The only thing that I’m disappointed with is probably the limited colours of the crayons… but it’s meant to be a travel pack, so I guess we can’t have that many crayons… πŸ™‚

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