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Crayola Tadoodles First Marks

Kidoodles: Crayola Tadoodles

My lil one loves to grab pens, markers, and paper and draw on them 'till her heart's content. And being craft minded myself, I have tried to encourage her artsy inclinations by showing her how to scribble instead of poke through the paper.

Recently I discovered Crayola Tadoodles markers, which are more suited for a 16–month–old than a ball-point pen. King of kid colors, Crayola introduced the easy-to-grasp animal ball-shaped washable markers for beginning artists. Also known as "First Marks," the doodlers are specially designed to not dry out as they reactivate by simple reuse.

Tadoodles are worry free and fun all wrapped into one!

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NinaG NinaG 8 years
thanks for the feedback, I just about to buy these for my son but am thinking of the Creativity Central instead now. Any opinions on that?
chicchick chicchick 8 years
Hmmm, I saw these in the store and wondered about them. Thanks for the feedback.
AbbieRoad AbbieRoad 8 years
I think the marker should be on the other side of these, they're a great idea - but the most grabbed side is the side the ink is on (the head, that sits right side up), so you end up with marker colored little hands!
babyfashionista babyfashionista 8 years
I wasn't impressed. I thought they would be great for my 2 year old because when he colors with his big brother he chews on the crayons. These turned out to be really messy. If he presses down for too long a lot of ink comes out and smears all over his hands.
DesignRchic DesignRchic 8 years
I saw these on TV last night and thought they were so cute!! I'd totally buy this for my kid.
matthews-mom matthews-mom 8 years
These are ok. I thought they wouldn't be as messy as they are. My 19 month old son loves them though so I will deal with a little mess..
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