Crayola Window

Today I thought I would share  this wonderful little find with all of you that have children, nephews, nieces, grandkids, teachers, or know some kids that you enjoy buying things for.  
Crayola Window Crayons
 They are wonderful if you are stuck in the house on rainy or snowy days;  if you feel like decorating your windows with your children's art, or even with your own.  They aren't messy like most other window art, and they clean off super easy!

 I taught Da Freakout how to draw hearts with them, and now he draws them everywhere.  The kids love it, and I do too, since it's such an easy clean up.
 As you can see, he wiped it right off and started with a new color.  Here we were practicing adding.  Since it was different, and he wasn't getting in trouble for writing on the windows, he picked it up really easily.  They are a must buy in my book!
Let's say Thank you Crayola for coming up with lovely crayons, and thanks to Santa for bringing them.   He is so smart :)

I hope you all have a FABULOUS day, and weekend!  Love to all!


SnuggleSlut said...

I love these. I dont have kids or anything but I really want to doodle on my apartment windows with these.

T @ The Happy Clipper said...

Very cool! I've never seen these before today :)
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Chrissy said...

They are really fun! We have them, too, and have had some great fun with them!!! Happy Friday dear!!

Anonymous said...

How cool are those! I need to find some for my daughter, she would love those :) Hope you have a terrific weekend. I'm here via~FTLOB :0)

mZ E said...

Thats pretty cool! Didnt know about them and I have kidz! *smile* I hope you are enjoying ya Friday!Stay Blessed..

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas said...

We have them too! So fun! They really help bring life to something that can be boring (like addition)!


Carolee Sperry said...

Those look so fun!

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sazamom said...

Thanks for sharing!Please take a look at my blog.By do you have any ideas about making felt crafts for children?

Meryl said...

Great idea! Great way to make learning 'new' and fun!

Nicole said...

These are neat. Thanks for sharing, I am going to find these!