Coloring Page Crayons History - Four Fun Facts For Kids

Jan 4


Michael Bennett

Michael Bennett

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Coloring page crayons have a history. Here are four free color crayon history facts most coloring picture kids do not know.

Coloring book kid, Coloring Page Crayons History - Four Fun Facts For Kids Articles coloring page crayons have a history. Here are four free color crayon history facts most kids don't know.1) Kids crayons2) History and Inventors of crayons3) How crayons are made4) Types and Uses of CrayonsAdd these to your coloring know how braggin' rights, coloring kid...1. Kids Crayons Five billion crayons used?! In one year?! Kid, you know you love coloring.Crayons are divided into children’s crayons and artists’ crayons. 100 billion crayons have been made since before World War I. That means your great, great, great, great grandparents colored with crayons...An American kid uses about 730 crayons by his tenth birthday. If you’re ten years old and haven’t used 730 crayons yet you’re gonna miss the mark...So... you’re between ages two and eight, you spend about thirty minutes a day coloring. You don’t even get tired, do you?2. History and Inventors of CrayonsYou’re not the only boy who loves to color. Somebody had to invent crayons and coloring sticks. Best buddies cousins Edwin Binney and Harold Smith created wax crayons and the Crayola Company in 1903. Edwin and Harold made shoe polish and printing ink too.During the French Revolution Jacques Conté invented the modern pencil by combining graphite with clay.Crayon is the French word for pencil.Edwin, Harold and Jacques loved coloring - You love coloring. That’s a fact.Today crayons are made by Prang, Sargent, Roseart, Conte, Faber-Castell, Winsor & Newton and other coloring art companies.3. How Crayons are Made Coloring page kid, the crayon you use is a stick of colored wax. The crayon has a hardening powder, pigment powder and paraffin wax or soybean wax... Hardening powder makes the crayon stiff. Pigment powder is like colored flour. Higher quality pigment makes colors more intense and brighter...If you want a purple crayon mix purple pigment flour in the wax. Paraffin wax makes the crayon’s color rub off onto your coloring page paper...Paraffin Wax Facts:• Makes candy shiny• Surfboards slip-free• Reveals gunshot powder on your trigger hand• Melts candles• Used in your mother’s beauty treatment?! – Smooth skin, kid...Coloring boy, you have access to 128 paraffin wax crayon colors. How many are in your crayon collection, kid?...4. Types and Uses of CrayonsCrayons other than wax are charcoal, hard and soft clay pastels, oil pastels, water–soluble and grease pencils.Fine artists and glass makers use these crayons:• Specialty Crayons color cardboard, glass, leather, clothes, plastic, metal, stone, and wood...• Water -soluble crayons dissolve in water and have high pigmentation. After coloring a picture with these crayons, brush on water for a watercolor effect...• Graphite Crayon glides over most papers for sketching, layout, and design...• Pressed colored chalk crayons are firm and dustless – won’t make you sneeze...• Litho Crayons help you make expressive lines and dark rich blacks. • Russian Sauce is a cross between a soft pastel and a Conté crayon - a velvety smooth drawing crayon.• Soft Pastel Sticks are rich and buttery. The pigments slide right off the stick without crumbling or breaking for brighter cleaner colors.• Hard Pastels are square-shaped and richly pigmented. They are ideal for sketching and tight drawing and produce very little dust.• Grease pencils, wax pencils or china markers: are used to write, draw on and stick to smooth glass, metal, polished stone, ceramics, plastic, and Mylar.• Colored Pencils are wrapped in wood like your school pencil.We will wrap it up, coloring pages kid...Are you serious about an art and coloring education?  Experiment with all crayons for stunning effects and increase your artistic skills.You can discover how color works "Color: Coloring Page Kids Should Discover Two Fun Facts"...Crayon coloring kid, you did a good job of learning something new. You can brag now. You learned:Millions of kids plus you use billions of crayonsEdwin, Harold and Jacques were the leaders of modern crayon inventionsHow crayons are made Types and uses of crayonsPermission is granted to reprint this article "Coloring Page Crayons History: Four Fun Facts for Kids".Use it for your website, school, home school, arts and crafts class, church or library.Keep the live Coloring Pages Book for Kids Boys com links and credits intact. No permission is granted to edit, alter or sell the articles.Get your free coloring pages, articles, and coloring books to buy that boys are crazy about.