Easton-based Crayola has launched its latest products at the American International Toy Fair in New York City.
The toy fair began Saturday and runs through Tuesday.
This year’s line of new Crayola tools gives a nod to the STEM – science, technology, engineering and math – movement in education by letting children tap into their inner scientist.
One of the toys unveiled is Crayola Color Chemistry, which offers 50 different color-based experiments.
The Crayola Crayon Melter lets kids indulge in their love of making crayons with an art tool that lets them use liquefied crayon on different surfaces.
Crayola Scribble Scrubbies are wash-and-clean collectible toys that children can decorate with washable markers, wash and decorate again.
Other new products highlighted at the toy show include the Crayola Color Wonder Scented Light-Up Stamper, Crayola Ultimate Light Board, Crayola Picture Projector, Crayola Mini Neon Marker Maker and the Crayola Silly Scents Sticker Maker.
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