Tuesday, October 20, 2015

The Best Crayola Toys for Creative Kiddos

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2015 Top Toys for Kids from Crayola

Crayola started out as simple crayon collections, but this brand has morphed into so much more over the decades. Their annual collections and kits are some of the most coveted in the world, especially around the holidays, and especially for creative kiddos.

For this year, the best Crayola toys on our scaled down list of colorful must-haves are instant classics that add inspiration and imagination to kids’ crafts.

The following three Crayola toys are the best of the best for youngsters from 2015 into 2016. Kids can mix and match and create and imagine to their hearts’ content, using a mash-up of colors and swirling designs to bring their Crayola creations to life.


Crayola Cling Creator

Window clings are almost too awesome for a description. Almost. The Cling Creator is exactly what you think it is.

A creative Crayola set that gives kiddos, and imaginative adults, the chance to make their own too-cool window clings. Score!

These can be used to make seasonal decorations for around the house.

Or, kids can create their own super-cool scenes on household windows, using their imaginations and colorful molds to bring their artsy ideas to life.


Crayola Multi Color Light Board

This light board is a great example of why Crayola continues to be a top-notch contender on the scale for greatest and best artsy toys. Using special markers, kiddos draw anything they want on the light board, then click the showcase button to illuminate the drawing from underneath.

There are 10 different light-up modes, each more vibrant and beautiful than the last. That is 10 different ways for kiddos to enliven their creations with the flick of a switch.

Afterwards, youngsters can simply wipe away their drawings in preparation for new ones.


Crayola Ultimate Art Case with Easel

I was quite the artist when I was a kid and my grandmother encouraged me to be the best artist I could be.

An art case was one of the first gifts I remember receiving from her…and it became my most beloved, sentimental treasure, as well as the most memorable moments in my childhood.

This Art Case is a bit bigger with a newer, modern spin, but the artistic concept is the same. Using markers, pencils, pens, paints, crayons, and bunches of other crafting gears, little artists can create amazing things on an included easel. This is art basics 101 at its best!


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