(Pack of 12) Manuscript Blue Handwriting Pens Comfort Grip School Kids Handwriter
Ready for every lesson, our handwriting pens ensure that your children has a set of pens ready for every lesson. Our handwriting pens are specially developed with children’s grip, ease of use and comfort in mind. Help your children’s development with pens in blue ink, to help your children form into keen and happy young writers.Forget to put the cap back on? Not to worry, these handwriting pens are okay for up to 14 days without their cap
16 Pieces Cartoon Animal Alpaca Pen Neutral Pens Kids Stationery Gifts for School Office Writing Supplies
Each pen has plastic alpaca on the top, cute and give you good feeling when you write, with 4 bright colors, include blue, yellow, pink and purple, make your pencil box colorful.
Wide range of usages:
Can serve for different happy party favors, holiday, teacher supplies, and daily life use, and suitable for school, home, office use and so on, lightweight and can be carried easily.
Convenient for you to use:
Just need to twist and open the pen simply, black gel ink pen is 0.5 mm and the refill can be replaced, write smoothly and will give you a good writing experience.
Colors: green, purple, pink and blue
Pen length: approx. 16.5 cm/ 6.5 inches
Quantity: 16 pieces
16 x Cartoon pens
GIOTTO 293000 OLIO MAXI OIL PASTELS 12 BOX
Synonym of colour for young artists. Since 1920, Giotto has been the ultimate Italian brand, a synonym of colour for children. Launched as a range of colouring pencils, over the course of almost one century its has followed the changes in the creative requirements of generations of users, broadening the range and thus keeping one step ahead of the needs of the children of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
KOH-I-NOOR Artist’s Soft Pastel Pencils (Set of 24)
Item Package Quantity:1
KOH-I-NOOR ARTISTS SOFT PASTEL PENCILS . KOH-I-NOOR ARTISTS SOFT PASTEL PENCILS ARE REGARDED AS BEING OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY . KOH-I-NOOR HARDTMUTH a.s. is one of the world leaders in the production and distribution of first-rate stationery for artists, schools and offices. The company is a member of the KOH-I-NOOR holding a.s. Group. The company was founded by Josef Hardtmuth in 1790 in Vienna; however, the production of graphite leads was relocated to ?eske Bud?jovice in 1848. In the course of time, the KOH-I-NOOR pencils managed to achieve great success at a number of world exhibitions. The products were awarded in many world exhibitions, to name a few, 1855 in New York, 1856, 1900 and 1925 in Paris, 1862 in London, 1882 in Vienna and 1905 in Milan.
soft pastel pencils