Okay, I have to admit it, when I first opened the Magik Stix Washable Markers from The Pencil Grip, Inc., my first thought was, "Wow! I love all the beautiful colors!"
It's true! I love colors! The Magik Stix came in a set of 24 in a handy-dandy clear carrying case. I was so excited for my grandsons to come over so they could try them out.
Rusty and Cooper loved the bright, shiny colors, too! They wanted to hold them and asked for paper.
I set them both up with markers and paper. Rusty began to color on paper, trying out different methods of drawing and coloring. His younger brother was enjoying experimenting in his high chair.
Within minutes we had lost several marker caps. After several minutes searching under the table, we found all but one. "Perfect," I thought to myself, "I can find out if the markers will go for seven days without drying out." Six days later, still no cap and the marker still made a beautiful green mark across the paper.
Next, I had to find out if the markers were washable so I wrote all over my hand. I am happy to report that after a brisk washing with soap, my hands were clean again.
These markers are quality markers, not cheapy markers you pick up in a department store. They are actually tempura paint sticks that dry in 90 seconds. The colors are vibrant. They are easy to use for all ages, including little ones.
I loved the sturdy carrying case because the markers popped right into their little slots. It made keeping the markers together in one place simple!
Markers are a necessary school supply for home education. To have sturdy, washable markers in bright colors is a blessing.
I recommend the Magik Stix markers to any family, especially homeschool families.
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And how about my overall rating? I give Magic Stix a five-star rating. My grandsons loved them!
Until next time: Happy Homeschooling!
For His Glory,