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Back to School with Crayola

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We are starting Homeschool Co-Op this year for the first time ever, and we are so excited.  We actually had a school supply shopping list this year, so we headed to our local Walmart to check out the selection of Crayola products and other back to school must haves.  Can I just say that the selection of Crayola products at Walmart is expansive?

backtoschool with Crayola

 

Crayola has some great new products out this year, including their SuperTips Washable Markers Kit, which is a super-colorful collection of Crayola Super Tips Markers and paper includes 65 pieces in a durable, portable carryall case and a new Twistables Colored Pencils KitWhile we didn’t see the kits, we did see the SuperTips Washable Markers and the Twistables Colored Pencils.  We actually purchased the Crayola Twistables Crayons and the Crayola Twistables Colored Pencils for use at home.  We also purchased *many* boxes of 24 count Crayola Crayons – which are a staple for any homeschooling Mom, washable markers, Crayola fabric markers, and huge packs of Crayola Construction Paper.

To check out our back to school haul, check out this video…

 

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Crayola helped us shop for back to school, and they’d love to give one lucky reader a $25 VISA gift card to help you finish off your shopping! Enter below and good luck!

***Please NOTE– This giveaway is only open for ONE WEEK!***

 

 

 

“The Crayola product, information, and additional gift pack have been provided by Crayola.”

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Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.

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  1. I love this entire website! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Crayola may make virtually every color under the sun, but its current favorite is green.

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  4. I learned that Crayola
    Early products included red oxide pigment used as barn paint and carbon black used in car tires.

  5. All Crayola art materials have earned and display the Art and Creative Materials Institute’s (ACMI) APPROVED PRODUCT (AP) seal

  6. I have to check out the My First Crayola Touch Lights! I think my daughter would love it!

  7. I learned that Crayola Color Wonder products are mess free.

  8. I didn’t know they made so many “digital” products. Pretty cool!

  9. 1903 was the year of the first Crayon colors.

  10. I learned that there are about a billion activities, and it’s now kindly sorted by age range!

  11. they have coloring pages

  12. Barbara Montag says:

    Something I learned – Crayola may make virtually every color under the sun, but its current favorite is green.
    Thank you.

  13. Ann Fantom says:

    I learned that in 1903, Crayola produced the first box of eight Crayola crayons containing red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, brown, and black sticks. It sold for a nickel.

  14. The Crayola solar farm provides enough power to make 1 billion Crayola crayons and 500 million markers a year. How cool!!

  15. Lisa Brown says:

    I learned: Their crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903

  16. I learned that the Crayola solar farm includes over 30,000 panels on 20-acres of land. These solar panels provide enough power to make 1 billion Crayola crayons and 500 million markers a year!

  17. The Crayon Maker

  18. Margaret Smith says:

    I learned that Crayola is Socially & Environmental Responsibile

  19. I learned that hundreds of their employees give their time and talent, providing thousands of volunteer hours every year to local non-profit boards and civic organizations, as well as at community events and activities.

  20. i learned that they have tons of stain tips for parents – genius!! i tried to include the URL for everyone but it wouldn’t let me leave it in the text here (go to the bottom of the main page to find the link yourself)

  21. Whitney Lindeman says:

    Crayola crayons have been around since 1903.

  22. Crayola incorporates social and environmental priorities and practices into the Crayola brand, their products and their relationships with customers, vendors, consumers and employees.

  23. Christina Sparks says:

    That they use solar panels which provide enough power to make 1 billion Crayola crayons and 500 million markers a year

  24. Mary Casper says:

    crayola crayons were born in1903

  25. Their favourite colour is green.

  26. Nicole Sender says:

    I learned that Crayola may make virtually every color under the sun, but its current favorite is green.

  27. I saw a new product of theirs called Wild Notes! It’s so cool- a lined notebook that allows you to write and draw in different colors without changing pens!

  28. They are OLD! Crayola has been around since 1903

  29. i learned crayola offers a lot of digital products now

  30. Crayola went from 8 colors in 1903 to 120 colors in 2003.

  31. Lisa Garner says:

    I learned Sept is National School Success Month.

  32. i learned they have great lesson plans i can use at school

  33. I learned that they also make Silly Putty!

  34. Jill Myrick says:

    I learned that Crayola owns and operates a solar farm with over 30,000 panels on over 20 acres of land.

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  35. the first box of Crayola crayons rolled off the assembly line in 1903

  36. Kathy Luman says:

    The first box of crayola crayons was made in 1903.

  37. Barbara Tryon says:

    I learned tjay crayola makes all colors, but green is thee favorite one.

  38. I learned that Silly Putty is a Crayola product. Thanks

  39. I learned that Crayola sponsors some really neat art competitions for kids of all ages – like the Creativity ConectsUs Art Exhibition!

  40. Their favorite color is green

  41. Linda Lansford says:

    they have galleries of kid art

  42. Something I learned was that Crayola may make virtually every color under the sun, but its current favorite is green.

  43. didn’t know they had a solar farm

  44. Crayola has products for the tablet

  45. Stacey Roberson says:

    I learned that Crayola uses a solar farm for energy to create crayons and markers.

  46. Stephanie Larison says:

    The very first box of crayons was made in 1903.

  47. Renee Walters says:

    I learned that Crayola Color Wonder products are mess free. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
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  48. I learned Crayola has digital tools to use with your iPad.

  49. Lester Gnadt says:

    Make my day, Please

  50. Theresa Jenkins says:

    I learned that they make products like >>bead studio, Crayola touch lights, bubble machine

  51. Cody Anderson says:

    I learned that Crayola’s favorite color is green.

  52. Crayola Color Wonder products are mess free.

  53. i learned that they have a solar farm which includes over 30,000 panels on 20-acres of land.

  54. I learned they’re a GREEN company and have a solar farm!

  55. I learned that Crayola is Socially & Environmental Responsibie.

  56. Samantha Miller says:

    I learned Crayola has a solar farm!

  57. Crayola is getting greener by going green!

  58. sheila ressel says:

    I learned that they are an environmentally responsible company.

  59. Crayola is going green by using energy from solar panels to manufacture crayons.

  60. Susan Smith says:

    I learned that in 1903, Crayola produced the first box of eight Crayola crayons containing red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, brown, and black sticks. It sold for a nickel.

  61. kathy pease says:

    Providing our consumers with safe, high-quality and age-appropriate products is a top priority at Crayola. Since our brand’s beginning in 1903, we’ve ensured our products are non-toxic and safe. We value the trust that parents, teachers, and children have in Crayola products.

  62. shateece davis says:

    1903 is when it first started

  63. I learned that crayola has a solar farm and that they are environmentally responsible

  64. Annemarie Z. says:

    I learned that Crayola gives monetary and product donations to their local communities and organizations in need, focusing primarily on the arts, health, education and welfare.

  65. Richard Hicks says:

    I learned they have nice section on stain tips for parents

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

  66. Crayola is an environmentally friendly company. They are a green company and their favorite color is green. Go Crayola!

  67. they are becoming an environmentally concise company

  68. Terry Cross says:

    I learned that the Crayola solar farm provides enough power to make 1 billion Crayola crayons and 500 million markers a year!

  69. I can’t believe I never knew crayola makes a beading kit!

  70. I learned they have a Solar Farm!

  71. The first box of Crayons were made in 1903.

  72. They have a solar farm.

  73. i learned it was started in 1903

  74. Social & Environmental Responsibility
    At Crayola, we believe being “responsible” means doing what is right. It is being a good citizen in the communities and countries where we operate and our products are found. It means incorporating social and environmental priorities and practices into our Crayola brand, our products and our relationships with customers, vendors, consumers and employees.
    Thanks for the contest.

  75. I learned that Crayola was a founding member of the Art and Creative Material Institute, which promotes product safety in arts & crafts materials for kids. All products are reviewed by toxicologists and safe products are marked with the approved product (AP) seal.

  76. I learned that Crayola’s first box of eight crayons made its debut in 1903!

  77. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    i learned they sell a washable dry erase board

  78. I learned that they had really cool notebooks called Wild Notes which my daughter would love because.

  79. Crayons seems to be another company going green!

  80. I learned that Crayola has been making crayons since 1903 and that they have their own solar farm. Neat!

  81. Mya Murphy says:

    they have a solar farm and going green!!

  82. julie matek says:

    I learned that they have 52 creative ideas for 52 weeks:)

    jmatek AT wi DOT rr DOT com

  83. They are based out of Easton, PA

  84. I wish we had solar farms around here

  85. Buddy Garrett says:

    I learned they have a solar farm with over 30,000 pamels om 20 acres of land.

  86. melikegarfield says:

    There are TONS of images you can download/print out to color!

  87. Cameron Vedder says:

    Apparently Crayola has a whole line of digital products! I had no idea.

  88. Thomas Murphy says:

    I learned In 1984, Crayola became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hallmark Cards and has since played a significant role in Hallmark’s personal development strategies.

  89. I learned about the Dry-Erase Light-Up Board

  90. I learned that they have a dry erase board set available.

  91. Tanya White says:

    I learned they sold their first box of 8 crayons in 1903 for a nickle.

  92. learn it started in 1903

  93. Amanda McCleese says:

    I learned that in 1903 Crayola only had 8 crayon colors! 🙂

  94. I learned about new wild notes notebooks

  95. I learned that the first box of Crayola crayons rolled off the assembly line in 1903.

  96. I learned they have an idea search by category for anyone
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  97. Lisamwhite says:

    I learned that Crayola has a solar farm! who knew? 🙂

  98. I learned that the Crayola solar farm includes over 30,000 panels on 20-acres of land. These solar panels provide enough power to make 1 billion Crayola crayons and 500 million markers a year 🙂

    shebebes@yahoo.com

  99. Charlene Kuser says:

    I learned the Crayola solar farm includes over 30,000 panels on 20-acres of land. These solar panels provide enough power to make 1 billion Crayola crayons and 500 million markers a year

  100. Denise Blados says:

    They have free coloring pages to print out.

  101. Barbara Long says:

    I learned that Crayola has reduced its solid waste by 45% in 2011 and plans on reducing it another 2% by 2015.

    longbarb11@aol.com

  102. I learned Crayola is green and has a solar farm! Thanks for the chance to win.