Crayola Love and a mid-week giveaway!

In these challenging economic times, we are looking to toys that offer value in several ways. All of the items listed below are priced under $30, with the majority retailing for under $10. But it’s not only price that has made the Crayola aisle the number one in-store destination for gifts under $25 – it’s also the belief that parents are providing children with the tools to power their imaginations and enable endless everyday play. We are big fans of all things Crayola over here at MM. It might be the old school nerd in me, but the sight of a brand new box of crayons or freshly sharpened pencils makes my heart skip a beat. To this day, I still have to channel some serious will power as I pass by the stationary and office supplies aisle at Target.

Take a peak at the new Spring/Summer line of Crayola goodness and enter to win this amazing prize package (valued at $80)!






Crayola Beginnings Baby Slide & See is a magical way to introduce babies to their first coloring experience. There are six pictures, each representing a different color, and by simply pulling the tab, baby can “color” the black and white images. For children 6 months and up; suggested retail price is $9.99.

· Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Ta-Doodler is a soft and cuddly bear buddy that becomes a canvas for your child’s imagination. It comes with three TaDoodles Crayon Buddies, allowing toddlers to scribble away on the light-up tummy or anywhere else on the washable bear. With one quick swipe of a damp cloth, the scribbles disappear and the “TaDoodling” fun can start again! Two different musical modes set the tone for different activities -- a lively tempo for coloring and creating, and a slower, soothing melody for quiet time. For children 18 months and up; suggested retail price is $29.99.

· Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers bring colorful, creative fun to toddler’s bath time. These nontoxic washable crayons wash away from walls when bath time is done. Washable stencils can be used for tracing or play. Tub Crayons and stencils float for even more colorful bath time fun! For children 18 months and up; suggested retail price is $7.99.

· Color Surge Camp Rock gives fans of the hit Disney movie a chance to put their favorite stars in a spotlight of brilliant colors with colors like “amped-up apricot” and “high voltage violet” when Color Surge markers meet the super bright paper. For children 6 and up; suggested retail price is $7.99.

· Crayola Sidewalk Crayons offer kids more than pretty pastels to create outdoor masterpieces. Once reserved for bringing coloring books to life, this new technology offers the richest, brightest, boldest colors for creating extraordinary outdoor artwork. The difference is striking, as the smooth, creamy colors lay down on driveways and sidewalks with unmatched brightness. For children 4 and up, suggested retail price is $4.99 for a set of 15 colors.

· Pip-Squeaks Colored pencils may be smaller than their full-size Crayola counterparts, but they pack a big punch of bold color that inspires kids to travel wherever their creativity takes them. Whimsical color names like “blue suede shoes,” “goldfish” and “wacky watermelon” give children the opportunity to put their huge imaginations to paper. For children 4 and up; suggested retail price is $4.99 for the 18-ct. Pip-Squeaks Colored Pencils.

· Pip-Squeaks Glitter Glue is the perfect compact size for jazzing up art projects with bright, bold shimmering colors. With 16 whimsical shades, there’s always a hue that will do. For children 4 and up; suggested retail price is $4.99 for a set of 16-ct. Pip-Squeaks Glitter Glue.

· Crayola Color Switchers are dual-ended markers that allow kids to magically change the colors of their drawings with a swoosh of the “color switch” tip. Each Color Switcher features a broadline marker on one side and a clear-ink tip marker on the other. The clear ends reveal their true colors when kids color over the marks they’ve made. Kids can draw a red house with one end of the marker and then switch sides to add yellow windows. For children 6 and up; suggested retail price is $4.99 for a set of 6 dual-ended Color Switchers markers.

· Crayola Window Crayons are creamy, colorful drawing tools that let kids transform car windows, mirrors and other glass surfaces into instant decorations. Their bright, bold colors lay down smoothly and dry quickly without smudging. And when it’s time to redecorate, colors wipe clean with a damp cloth. Crayola Window crayons will keep kids’ creativity flowing with endless options for coloring and drawing on any glass surface. For children 6 and up; suggested retail price is $5.99.


Visit www.crayola.com to see tons of Spring and Summer craft ideas.

To be entered to win this prize package from Crayola, please leave us a comment telling us which of these fabulous new products would excite your kiddos the most!

[this giveaway will be closed on Thursday, April 16th at 11 PM, & the winner will be announced on Friday, April 17th!]

198 comments:

  1. My kids would love the tub tracer~
    sandy toe

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  2. I have a 15 month old and I know she would love the TaDoodler, but probably also to the tub tracer.

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  3. My almost 5 year old would love the glitter glue or the color switchers. What a nice giveaway!

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  4. My 6 year old son would love the Crayola Color Switchers, and my 7 month old baby would be fascinated by the Crayola Beginnings Baby Slide & See .

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  5. It's good to know another person has to take deep breaths passing the stationary aisles at Target. Dang, those things PULL ME IN.

    I would love the window crayons. I saw them on someone's blog a few days ago and was immediately intrigued.

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  6. The Crayola Sidewalk Crayons! Perfect for warm spring and summer evenings in the front yard, drawing masterpieces on the drive way. :)

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  7. Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers! My children love bath time and ask for it twice a day. We go though so many tub toys it's crazy!

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  8. My son would just love the Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Ta-Doodler. Coloring to music- what could be better?

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  9. Both of my kids would LOVE the window markers. yikes! Silly and fun, fun, fun!
    Michelle
    http://oneordinaryday.wordpress.com/

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  10. I love the smell of crayons... my kids think I'm very weird because I sniff every new box! In fact, the Easter Bunny filled our baskets with some Crayola watercolors, paint brushes and paint pens. Good stuff!

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  11. we'd love the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers!

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  12. Crayola Window Crayons would be great for my granddaughter as she loves to draw and now she could do it without getting into trouble! :)

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  13. My kids would love all the Crayola goodies but the Crayola Sidewalk Crayons would be the biggest hit.

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  14. the Crayola Color Switchers mverno@roadrunner.com

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  15. Great giveaway! Great prize pack!

    I love Crayola products!

    And my nine year-old 'princess' would love the 'Crayola Color Switchers'

    Please, include us in your giveaway drawing!

    Thanks and good luck to all!

    leandrew_taylor@yahoo.com

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  16. Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers would be a hit with my niece :o)

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  17. Crayola Color Switchers would probably be the biggest hit at my house.

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  18. My kids would love the Crayola Sidewalk Crayons because of the new brighter colors.

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  19. i would like to win this for my lil boy...

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  20. My daughter would love everything in this giveaway, but I think she would especially like the Sidewalk Crayons since she likes to play outside so much.

    abfantom (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  21. My nephew would flip for the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers!

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  22. My granddaughter would love the Crayola Window Crayons.

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  23. The sidewalk crayons will be a big hit.

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  24. My kids would love the window crayons. The idea of being able to write all over the windows would be a blast. We could write some fun messages or holiday drawings.

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  25. My daughter would absolutely love the Color Explosion® 3D!

    orchestratenoise0726[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  26. My son would love the window crayons...I think he would like being able to color on something new like the window!!! thanks for the chance, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  27. My granddaughters would love the Sidewalk Crayons. Our patio could be their canvas.

    Ellen
    eering99@hotmail.com

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  28. the Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Ta-Doodler is so neat

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  29. I have three little girls and they would all love the Sidewalk Crayons! And the Glitter glue!!

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  30. For my three year old, definitely the Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Ta-Doodler and the sidewalk chalk. Thanks for sharing!!

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  31. My kids would love the Crayola Color Switchers!

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  32. Without a doubt, they would love the Crayola Window Crayons.

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  33. Let's go with the Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Ta-Doodler.

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  34. I think my baby would like the tummy tadoodles and my five year old would think it was really cool to color on the car windows. I love crayola!! And I am like you....a new box of crayons makes me all crazy inside. :)

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  35. And just in case I can get a second entry...you are on my blog roll. :)

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  36. My God-daughter would probably love the chalk the most. She enjoyed using the chalk we got her last summer, and it'd be something her mom could help her play with.

    lilnamekangelivy[at]aol[dot]com

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  37. My kids love tub toys so that tub time one looks like fun!

    ajcmeyer At go DOT com

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  38. window crayons! my daughter loves being to draw on objects that aren't paper. She could decorate the side windows of the car for me!

    quitecontrary1977@hotmail.com

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  39. I have a 16 month old and she would LOVE the Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Ta-Doodler. She also might like the Tub tracer...no, I KNOW she would like the Tub tracer. HA!

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  40. My grandson would love this!

    gjsrjs@sbcglobal.net

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  41. My daughter would love the color switchers and of course who doesn't adore glitter glue.

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  42. Window crayolas sound too cool! Thanks. utgal2004[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  43. Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers looks awesome!
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  44. The Tub Time Tracers sound like such fun!

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  45. My daughter would love the Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Ta-Doodler! Thanks for the chance!
    hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

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  46. The Window Crayons! We used them ONCE at Physical Therapy, and She CRIED when we left... Then we quit going to P.T. so She never used them again! She'd be in heaven! Thanks

    hmahan_0529 @ yahoo dot com

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  47. Mary
    zenrei57 (at) hotmail (dot) com

    I know that my kids would drool for all of it, but I think they would really get the most fun out of the Crayola Sidewalk Crayons!!!(and I love the new Rainbow Rake for summer)
    Thanks and have a terrific week!

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  48. My son would want the Pip-Squeaks Glitter Glue - he was asking for some glitter just the other day.
    Please enter me in the contest - skullaria at gmail dot com
    Thanks!

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  49. My son loves his bath-bath's (his term) so I know he'd love the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers..In fact this is going on my list of things to look for next time I'm out shopping!

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  50. Currently my kids would be all about the sidewalk chalk!

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  51. kids would love the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers

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  52. The window crayons because WHO gets to color on windows? So cool!

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  53. The the Crayola Window Crayons would be a big hit.
    Thanks!
    1bmore @ gmail . com

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  54. Crayola Window Crayons... but I shudder at the thought of what our windows would look like!

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  55. jackie1501@frontiernet.netApril 14, 2009 at 3:17 AM

    my kids would go gaga over the window markers

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  56. I have always loved Crayola products for my son...I would love to win this for my triplet nephews. Each one would love a different product!

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  57. I think my nephew would be fascinated by the Color Switchers. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  58. My boys would love the Crayola Color Switchers. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  59. I think that my son would get a kick out of the window crayons. :)

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  60. I think my sister would love the Pip-Squeaks Glitter Glue.

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  61. I am sure my girls will love crayon buddies.thanks

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  62. My daughter would love the Color Surge Camp Rock!!

    choateorama(at)gmail(dot)com

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  63. The sidewalk crayons. GREAT giveaway!

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  64. Crayola Window Crayons would be the perfect travel toy for my kidlets!!! Every weekend we bring Gramma with us for a 2-hour drive to visit Grampa's cemetery since he passed away late last year. The little ones get quite restless on the long drive, so these wonderful window crayons would provide lots of creative fun on the car windows, but no stress or worries for me since they are easily cleaned up! Thank you for the contest!
    txgigggles@yahoo.com

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  65. They are all great but i think my son would love the Tub Time Tracers!

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  66. Since my kids play in the bathtime for hours the Tub time tracers would be something they would really enjoy!

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  67. I think my kids would like the window crayons. They got some window clings and think it is the most fun thing ever to decorate the car windows, so I envision the same happening with the window crayons.
    stigay(at)aol.com

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  68. my granddaughter loves the sidewalk chalk...she just loves anything to be creative me...would love to win this for her...thanks for the great giveaway

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  69. My daughter is obsessed with glitter glue.
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

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  70. My son would love to try the window crayons. Thanks for the opportunity.
    susan dot lockhart at gmail dot com

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  71. My granddaughter is a drawing fanatic, would love to win this for her especially the glitter glue

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  72. My granddaughter would have so much fun with the 4 ct. Washable Finger Paint!
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  73. My grandson colors with markers all the time, the Crayola Color Switchers with the dual-ended markers sounds really neat!
    lgrieser(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  74. I think my daughter would love it all, especially the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers. Thanks for the chance!

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  75. My two would love the Tub Tracer and the Window Crayons.

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  76. I think the tub tracer would be a hit

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  77. I think the Sidewalk Crayons would be a big hit at my house. Thanks for the contest!

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  78. hes most excited about glitter glue, because naturally that has the biggest mess potential.

    jennifer.lleras@gmail.com

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  79. The Beginnings Baby Slide & See would be a big hit with my newest nephew!

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  80. My daughters would love the glitter glue. THank you!
    tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

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  81. my kids both love the sidewalk crayons.

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  82. The Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers look fun!

    Tarah
    tarah716[at]ymail.com

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  83. my grandkids would like the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers.

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  84. The Tub Timer Tracers would be fun!
    Elizabeth Y.
    mrsgerbil@hotmail.com

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  85. They would love the Crayola Window Crayons.

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  86. My boys would LOVE the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers, bathtime is a popular time for new toys. I would have to keep a close eye on them with the glitter glue - there are been incidents LOL

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  87. my grandaughter would love the color swichers and its a great give away thanks.

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  88. My grandkids would love the sidewalk chalk- at least the 4-10 year-olds would. The others are too young still.

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  89. Definitely the Pip-Squeaks Glitter Glue

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  90. window crayons sound interesting - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  91. My kids would love the ta-doodler a bear and art!

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  92. THe crayola color switchers would definitely be a big hit!

    andeisawesome@yahoo.com

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  93. The Crayola sidewalk crayons are very cool! Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  94. I think they'd love the TaDoodler bear!!! Very cute.

    pamelashockley at netscape dot net

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  95. My kids would enjoy the Crayola Window Crayons.

    samsakara@twcny.rr.com

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  96. The Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers would make bath time the greatest fun.

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  97. the tub time tracers look really fun for us!

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  98. My kids would love the tub toys such as the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers.

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  99. My son would LOVE the sidewalk crayons. I love any crayola products!

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  100. My grandchildren would love all of these, but I think, especially the Crayola Color Switchers!


    Thanks


    nancyrobster@gmail.com

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  101. MY DAUGHTER WOULD LOVE THE COLOR SWITCHERS! ME, TOO! LADYHIGHTOWER@LIVE.COM

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  102. My favorite is the TaDoodles animal! Its very cute and my family loves anything bear related.

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  103. My son is fairly young and I believe he would have the most fun with the sidewalk chalk. Better for me too. Less mess. lol! Thank you.

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  104. I think they will like the Crayola Window Crayons best.

    dove42(at)comcast(dot)net

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  105. My son would really love the Crayola Color Switchers. They are neat!

    hebert024 at aol dot com

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  106. I am just amazed that it is so quick and you don't have to fight a child you love and don't want to hurt when you are doing something to help them. ...just amazing

    dove42(at)comcast(dot)net

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  107. Definately the sidewalk crayons.

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  108. my son would love the tadoolder!!

    autumn398 (at) yahoo.com

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  109. Liz would like the Color Surge Camp Rock. Tristan would like the TaDoodler.
    traymona[at]aol.com

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  110. My kids would love the Crayola Color Switchers! What a wonderful prize!

    jnkrim (at) qwestoffice (dot) net

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  111. I think that my kids would enjoy the color explosion. It looks like lots of fun

    souldolphindream@aol.com

    thanks

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  112. we have the crayola chalk crayons and they are AWESOME. i think every mommy needs them. but i love every art product made by crayola.

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  113. My grandkids would love the Crayola Sidewalk Crayons !

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  114. Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers sounds awesome! The window markers would be great too.

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  115. Aw Mir. you took my answer. The Tub Time Tracers look like fun!

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  116. Isabel would love the Tadoodler.

    txhottie_86 at yahoo dot com

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  117. My kids would really enjoy the sidewalk crayons. msurosey@yahoo.com

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  118. My kids will lovethe pip squeak glitter glue/pens.

    mercsmercado@yahoo.com

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  119. The kids would have lots of fun with the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers.

    braaisjo at gmail dot com

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  120. Either the Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Ta-Doodler or the tub time racers

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  121. Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Ta-Doodle would THRILL my granddaughter!

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  122. My little grandson would love the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  123. The color switchers look great. Thanks!

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  124. Oh this is fantastic! I think the kids would love the Crayola Window Crayons! Heck, I would love them and I could leave little notes to my hubby! The kids would have a blast drawing on the French door windows! Love it!

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  125. We love the Crayola watercolors.

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  126. The Sidewalk Chalk. My kids go through so much of it! They love it.

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  127. Tanner would love the sidewalk chalk!!!

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  128. The Crayola Sidewalk Crayons sound like a fun Summer afternoon in the making! Thanks!

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  129. The Pip-Squeaks Glitter Glue sounds super fun!

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  130. We like 15 ct. Sidewalk Chalk Bucket

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  131. I know the kids would love the Pip Sqeak Glitter Glue! Count me in! And thanks for the contest. =] s...@h...l.com

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  132. The window crayons-
    diane
    dianesmb@aol.com

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  133. the pip squeaks colored pencils...

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  134. I have four kids that all love Crayola (even my bigger kids) and this is an amazing prize pack!

    If we go with "majority rules", then I would have to say that the favorite item is the Crayola Window Crayons - my boys would LOVE to draw elaborate pictures and designs on our sliding glass door (as well as their windows).

    My daughter (only 5 months old) would have so much fun with the Crayola Beginnings Baby Slide & See - she is starting to reach for things and would love this one!

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  135. My son would have so much fun with the Crayola Window Crayons! We could leave messages for Daddy and make special pictures for him!
    Thanks!
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

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  136. Probably the glitter glue...it would be nice to let kids be creative with glitter without having to find glitter in the house for the next 2 years :)

    weezandkoto@gmail.com

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  137. My boys would love the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers most. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  138. I think my son would like the Crayola Sidewalk Crayons the best.

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  139. the crayola color switchers would seem to be the most exciting.

    madamerkf at aol dot com

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  140. My grandson would love the Crayola Window Crayon.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  141. My dd glitter glues all art work!!

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  142. My daughter is 20 months and she loves coloring and pens and chalks and markers... anything that will make a mess! :)
    Thanks for sharing
    Nathalia
    nathagager@yahoo.com

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  143. My kids would love the Tub Time Tracers.

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  144. My daughter's inner diva would be most thrilled about the Color Surge Camp Rock. She spends her day either coloring or rocking out to music and pretending she is making "music videos". She's only 5-crazy girl (I know). Here she will have the "Best of Both Worlds" like her Hannah Montana soundstrack suggests.

    jesskaufman(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  145. My daughter would like the crayons that wright on mirrors and windows.

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  146. My boys would like the crayola sidewalk crayons&so would I,I do not like the chalky feeling on my hands!

    ahdrad2932(at)msn(dot)com

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  147. I think the Tub Tracers would be used the most in this house. Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

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  148. Ian would flip over the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers

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  149. My 5 & 4 year olds would love the Crayola Window Crayons. They can't get enough of anything that allows them to color on things OTHER than paper (sidewalk chalk, dry erase markers, bathtub soap). Being allowed to draw on windows and mirrors might make them so excited they will stop trying to draw on each other!!
    Heidi
    http://rushartist.wordpress.com

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  150. The Tub Tracers would be a big hit here. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

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  151. My grandkids would love the Crayola Sidewalk Crayons.

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  152. WE love the sidewalk crayons.

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  153. Crayola Window Crayons...It's rainy a lot right now so this way he could still draw on something other than paper when it's raining..

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  154. The Color Switchers all the way

    jason@allworldautomotive.com

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  155. Mine would love the Crayola Window Crayons

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  156. my little girl likes the glitter glue

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  157. Thanks for the contest!
    bahjeep@aol.com

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  158. Color Switchers would keep my kids busy for hours.

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  159. My girls would get a kick out of the window markers! Thank you!!

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  160. I am sure the kids would like the sidewalk crayons

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  161. The color surge Camp Rock I think!!

    tlannan30[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  162. My grandson would love to have the crayola Beginnings Tub Time for his bath.

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  163. I like the Crayola Sidewalk Crayons

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  164. My niece and son would both love the sidewalk crayons :)

    froggypartyof2@aol.com

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  165. The window crayons - I can just see the pictures now, different ones every day!
    Thanks
    Sarah
    believedreamcourage (at) gmail.com

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  166. YAY something to keep my 2 busy!!!

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  167. I like the crayola color switchers. Thank you.

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  168. My kids would love the Crayola Beginnings Baby Slide & See :)

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  169. Window crayons would be a hit with my kids lezanac@yahoo.com

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  170. My boys would both enjoy the Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers. Bath time is a special time to play in our house. Maybe this would distract them enough to keep the floor dry?!

    Thanks for the contest.
    superdavefive(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  171. Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers. retirenaval(at)yahoo.com

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  172. Our kids would love the Travel Turtle!
    Cassie
    cjm92995@yahoo.com

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  173. My kids would like the Pip-Squeaks Colored pencils.

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  174. Love the Crayola Art Easels; creativity with fun individuality raymondw345@AOl.com

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  175. The Crayola Sidewalk Crayons would be a huge hit around here! Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway!

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  176. I would really like to WIN this. I need a little pick-me-up! Please enter me & thanks for the great giveaway!

    clemensrhonda@hotmail.com

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  177. My granddaughter would love the Crayola Sidewalk Crayons. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  178. My kids would most enjoy the · Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Ta-Doodler !

    zestywonderland@gmail.com

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  179. My nephew would love the tub time tracers!

    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

    Janna Johnson
    janna@FeedYourPigBlog.com
    www.FeedYourPigBlog.com

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  180. My kids would like the glitter glue.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  181. I love the Pip-Squeaks Glitter Glue!

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  182. Crayola Glitter Glue is a big hit with my granddaughters, so I think that this is the prize that they would love!

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  183. I'd love to try the window crayons.

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  184. My grandkids would really love the
    Crayola Beginnings TaDoodles Ta-Doodler. That looks like so much fun! Thank you so much!

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  185. Crayola Beginnings Tub Time Tracers & The Crayola Sidewalk Crayons!
    stampnsark@aol.com

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  186. I think the TaDoodles are a fabulous way to introduce art to the very young!

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  187. My grandson would love to play with the TaDoodles Crayon Buddies.
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

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  188. I think my daughters would love the window crayons. They saw them at Toys R Us and have been dying to try them on our (glass) french doors.

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