Crayola Take Note Is Taking Back To School By Storm!

Back to school with Crayola Take Note products. This is a sponsored post. I have been compensated by Crayola. As always my thoughts and opinions are MY OWN.

Here we are again, the start of a new school year. Travis is starting second grade and Christopher is in his last year of pre-K. I’m excited to see how much they learn this year ahead.

For as long as I can remember Crayola has been a household brand that we always buy, especially for all of our back to school supplies. Crayola is way more than just crayons these days. They have come out with a new line called, Crayola Take Note. This is a bold new line of intense colors in pens, markers (fine and regular point) dry erase markers and highlighters.

The highlights have been a favorite in our house because they can erase. So we have been getting really creative around here and when we mess up, we can easily fix it. Take a look:

Back To School With Crayola

Our shopping list wouldn’t be complete without having Crayola watercolor paints, many packs (and all the colors) of crayons, colored pencils, markers, scissors and glue. Both of my boys LOVE arts and crafts. They would “make projects” all day if they could. Cutting paper, painting, drawing pictures, and gluing things together makes them very happy. I love it too because it gives them a break from screen time and they are using their imaginations.

Sometimes I will go onto the Crayola website and download coloring pages, craft ideas and family project ideas. They have an extensive amount of fun activities for everyone. Even adult coloring pages, which the new Take Note markers are perfect for. Attention teachers, this is a great resource for you too!

Back to school with CrayolaMarkers for arts and crafts

So I would like to finish by saying I hope all of you and your little ones have a wonderful, safe and fun school year ahead. Remember to stock up on all of your Crayola products!

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