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Hey bike riders! Set up a gigantic driving or obstacle course for your bikes. Watch for tricky curves and speed traps!
Bet you and your friends can’t wait until you are old enough to drive! As bike riders, you probably know the meanings of stop and yield signs, double yellow lines, and many more rules of the road. Let’s see how well you can follow them on your bicycles.
Ask an adult to help you find a large, safe, paved area to ride bikes. Ask permission to mark the space with chalk. Assemble your Crayola Chalk ’n Roll™ using the instructions. Load the Crayola Sidewalk Chalk into the Chalk ’n Roll. Make sure all the tips will touch the ground.
Outline a cool, curvy path with lots of challenges. Use the chalk to mark signs such as stop and caution (snaky curves, dangerous intersections). Post speed suggestions if you wish (slow, fast, medium, or One-Mississippi, Two-Mississippi). Invent fun areas such as Frog X-ings or Re-hydration Zone. Ride with your friends for hours!
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Please touch! Fruits and veggies have such interesting skin textures. Create colorful rubbings with Crayola® Large Washa
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Create your own space adventures. This recycled rocket takes you out of this world---fast!
Launch your kids into science that is out of this world as they make their own rockets. The countdown to fun and learnin
Beam sounds or pictures through space with your own Space Crew Wristband. Communicate with your crew members, mission co
Kids love to explore and discover new things in their everyday surroundings. Their very own spyglass is the perfect tool
Capture action in the exciting, extreme sport of snowboarding! Make great snow scenes with Crayola® Gel Markers using po
Cheer on your team! Whether it’s sports, a spelling bee, or some other event, express your enthusiasm by waving a bold f
Ready to play Hopscotch with a new twist? Try El Peregrino (The Wanderer), a version of this popular game played in Pana
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.
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