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Art Stix

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This post is about my new favorite thing to use in the classroom: Art Stix.

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I am over the moon for these Prismacolor brand “woodless colored pencils.” And this post comes to you without me getting free stuff for writing it so this endorsement is 100% authentic! I am so excited about the versatility, efficiency, and awesome use of these that I just had to share my love for them. By the way Prismacolor if you are reading this and would like to hook an art teacher up I would love more of these magic crayons. 😀

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Each box comes with a variety of colors and these things are sturdy. They are more difficult to break than your average crayon. They feel exactly as your would expect a woodless colored pencil to feel and they do smell a bit funky to some of my students but they certainly aren’t the funkiest smelling thing in the art room (especially after recess!) Art Stix last a really long time and all of my k-5 students have liked using them for various projects.

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Art Stix blend beautifully and show up vibrant on every type of paper including brightly colored construction paper. These have become my go-to coloring tool for use across all grades and with all projects. I love that there is no paper to peel or tips to sharpen. There is no mess or time wasted with these!

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You can really see how bold and vibrant the colors are, especially compared to a crayon and a colored pencil. If you do not have table sets of these in your classroom, do yourself a favor and make the investment in an excellent art material that your students are sure to love.

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Author: artwithmsk

Hello! My name is Ms. Katzin and I am an art teacher at an elementary school near Atlanta, Georgia. Teaching art is my passion and I love what I do!

3 thoughts on “Art Stix

  1. Thanks for the reveiw! I think I’m going to have to check these out before I have to put in my order for next year. How do these with handling details or working in small spaces? Looks like they may be less effective in that way.

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