I teach lower elementary. Every year, the crayon situation is a progressive nightmare. While Crayola makes the best crayons, their boxes have zero longevity or usability. It's easy to get a crayon out, but it's difficult to get it back in, therefore, the result is loose crayons floating about in a pencil box, or left out on the desk or floor, etc. I've been waiting for this box for years. Finally, a way to store crayons in a box that won't fall apart and is easy to get a crayon out and put back. I use a simple number system: Put a number on each box and the same number on each crayon and I never have to wonder who belongs to the crayon. I love it! LOVE IT!!!
By from , CA
super stacker classroom suplies box set
I store the cards for our math program in them. That's much better than the paper boxes they came in.
By long-time teacher from , TN
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