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If your kids are complaining of boredom or you just don’t want to waste a ton of paper the Crayola Window Crayons may be just what you are looking for. Crayola’s line of window crayons come 5 in a box, and they are washable which means they wipe off window glass quite easily. You get the basic colors – red, yellow, black, blue, and green. At only $4 they won’t break the bank and will provide hours of fun on a rainy day! These window crayons are great for homeschoolers too!
If you are a busy mom of a young child OR a Mom who home schools her kids and want to incorporate more fun & crafts into your day EASILY then I want to introduce you to the Busy Tot Box. The Busy Tot Box is a kids craft box mailed to your home each month filled with seasonal crafts, recipes, snacks, and surprises!
I home school my children so we always have an abundance of craft supplies, crayons, and markers lying around our house. However we have one very common scenario : When our 7 year old goes to get his favorite marker we find out that the 4 year old has forgotten to put the cap back on! And, we all know what that means, a useless dried out marker! We’ve thrown tons of markers in the garbage over this. So, when we heard about the Cap Trapper we were excited to learn more about it.
When my boy’s birthdays roll around I usually order their cake from the bakery because I’m just not that great at decorating cakes. I figured I should just leave the cake decorating to the pros. That is until we tried out Cakes By Me. Their cake kits made cake-making easy and fun! Anyone can now make the perfect cake!
We were sent the Crayola Digital Camera Scrapbooking Kit to test out recently. Now, we are already a family that loves taking photos so this was a fun product for us to try out. And, if your kids are anything like mine they are always asking to use your real camera so this was perfect for us.
Essentially, the Crayola Digital Camera Scrapbooking kit includes everything a child needs to make their own scrapbooks. The kit includes a kid’s digital camera, case, photo editing CD, and scrapbook supplies such as paper, glue, markers, and stickers.
Right after I took the camera out of the box, my 4 year old began snapping photos. I was surprised at how EASY taking photos was for him. The grip on the camera is just perfect for little hands too!Â So, my son continued taking photos, and was occupied for hours with the Crayola camera. My only gripe about the camera is that the image quality is not very good and the camera flash doesn’t work like it should. However, it’s just a toy and the kids think it’s great!
Overall, A Mom’s Review recommends this fun & creative Crayola kit. This would make a terrific gift for a child ages 4 through 6.
Where To Buy: Wal-Mart, Target, Crayola Store, Staples,Â or you can also visit Sakar for a list of retailers
How Much Does It Cost? The average price we have seen is $49.99
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