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Make a patch of color with Crayola® Color Switchers™ Markers. Flip the marker and apply the special color switcher tip to write a letter. Surprise! Learning the alphabet and color names go hand in hand.
The alphabet is all around. Read books-and you'll see letters. Write lists-words are made with letters. Look at your name-these will be some of your favorite letters. Sing the alphabet song-it's one letter after another. Which letters can you name?
Choose a letter you would like to write. Many children like to learn to write their names first. Practice writing a capital letter with your finger in the air, on a table, or in the palm of your hand. Ask a grown-up if you need to know a good way to write the letter. Remember, if you write your name, start with a capital letter and then use lowercase letters.
Now select a Crayola Color Switchers™ Marker. Which color did you pick? On white paper, color a big patch with the marker.
Flip the marker and apply the special color switcher write a letter on the patch. Surprise! Your letter appears in a new color! What color is it?
Write as many letters as you like, using different color patches and the wand.
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Learn the alphabet-or decorate fancy letters-with this vanishing act! Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils lend a new spin
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