Rather than the standard set of color markers, you can opt for Ecolorgyâ€™s Washables markers (above). They are bright primary colors, washable, 25 percent of the tubes are made of recycled plastic and the box is made from 100 percent post-consumer (already been used once) waste. Theyâ€™re made in the U.S., $4 at Red Apple Supply.
The Stubby Pencil Studio has all kinds of â€śeco-productsâ€ť for kids, including beeswax crayons (below) that are petroleum free, all-natural and get their color from plant and vegetable waxes. Non-toxic and big for little hands, a set of 12 costs $15. Opt for non-toxic soy crayons if you want â€“ touted as brighter and smoother than regular crayons. A set of eight colors is $1
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