Crayola® Crayons Classpack®; 16 Colors, 800/Box
Crayola® Crayons Classpack®; 16 Colors, 800/Box
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Item # 901-528016
  Model # 52-8016
$59.99 Case

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  • A rainbow of brilliant colors is housed in this portable, sturdy cardboard storage case
  • Crayons are certified non-toxic
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Crayola® Crayons Classpack® ; 16 Colors, 800/Box
 
4.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Great selection of Colors

By Barley O Shea

from New Hampshire

Verified Buyer

Comments about Crayola® Crayons Classpack® ; 16 Colors, 800/Box:

We switched to these from the jumbo 8 color. At first we were a little weary that they would break easier than the jumbo crayon. But they have held strong and we continue to purchase at a great price.

 
5.0

Love the big packs!

By Newt the nerd

from Macks Creek, MO

Comments about Crayola® Crayons Classpack® ; 16 Colors, 800/Box:

Our art teacher loves buying the big packs for her art classes.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Not Quite 50 Sets

By Pita Girl

from San Jose, CA

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Comments about Crayola® Crayons Classpack® ; 16 Colors, 800/Box:

The only reason a teacher has for purchasing such a box is the hope that buying in bulk will bring down the costs. As a rule, you can find 25¢ boxes of Crayola crayons SOMETIMES but the limits are so awful you can't really get a set of 32 easily.

Therefore, I opted to buy the classpack and create individual sets myself. As I sat and work placing a full set into Ziplocks, it became clear that some colors were more represented than other colors. In the end, I was able to create 44 full sets of Crayons, which is 6 sets short of the 50 listed. I did have anywhere between 3 and 6 crayolas left over from random colors like pink, brown, light green and white, but not enough to have made the missing 6 sets.

This was disappointing because it's a lot of time to sit there and place them in baggies. Plus, I was hoping for the extras in case I had new students join the class.

I know this seems like such a little thing, but to a teacher, it's huge.

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