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Crayola Back-To-School Giveaway!

I have held this giveaway for a few weeks because as a home school mom, I know that after the "back to school" awe wears off I have to start finding creative ways to keep my guys interested. Both of my little men LOVE art. While I juggle all the day to day of school, work, cleaning, laundry, ect... I hate to admit that art tends to be on the bottom of the list most days.
Crayola has so many amazing new products from the no-mess Color Wonder line to this new Wild Notes line. I am especially loving this new line because it appeals to my 4th grader as well. Its "cooler", "hipper" or whatever the kids are saying these days.... :-)

This giveaway also features some awesome products like the Window Mega Markers and Window Crystal Effects Markers! I loved testing these out for some more unscheduled art on our school room windows. They clean up easy, washed right out of the boys shirts and kept them entertained for almost an hour. What more could I ask for?!

This giveaway will include the following items:

  • Crayola Bright Fabric Markers
  • Crystal Effects Window Markers
  • Crayola Window Mega Markers
  • Wild Notes Index Cards
  • Wild Notes Sticky Notes
  • Wild Notes 1 Subject Notebook

    This giveaway will end on October 18th! There are lots of new ways to enter including following my new Facebook page! Good luck!

    Disclosure:  The information, products and additional Crayola Back-to-School gift pack was provided by Crayola® through MyBlogSpark. All opinions are my own.


  1. To keep school work interesting, we have started taking everything outside on the front porch (only in the early morning as any other time is too hot).

  2. My kids are both still too young for homework. My 3 year old has activities like "gather leaves" etc., which are always fun!

  3. My princess doesn't have to much homework yet so I don't have to keep things to interesting. BUT, I do allow her to have a break right after the bus drops her off and then she can work on her homework. She's a whiz kid so it doesn't take her long. We've been talking more about the books she is reading too, kinda like our own little book club. Its kinda fun to revisit some of the books I read when I was her age:)