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In this day and age of electronics kids are engrossed in video games and watching video’s on youtube.  They don’t get enough creativity in their daily lives. Crayola hosted a “Inside the Box” live chat with Lisa Loeb on Facebook last week and  she shared important tips and creative activities for kids to help them get unplugged and enhance their creativity.

Just in case you missed it You can catch it in it’s entirety here:

She answered live questions posed to her in Facebook chat on Crayola’s Facebook page.

She shared how her parents enhanced her creatively. They always supplied stuff like crayons, paper bags, glue, paint etc and just her make things with them. Encouraged then to play. Her childhood sounded a bit like mine in a way.  She also shares what a day in the life with her own daughter is like and how she lets her express her self through touch and texture. It’s important for children to explore.   She shared where she goes for project inspiration. Mommy Blogs and  She’s a mom that’s a lot like you and me.

Check out Lisa’s book Lisa Loeb’s Silly Sing-Along: The Disappointing Pancake and Other Zany Songs (Sterling Children’s Books, 2011) available at Barnes & Noble and Sing, laugh, and play with pop Lisa in this fabulous collection of ten of the silliest songs ever. Fun activities, games, and recipes accompany whimsical songs. Take Lisa’s Silly Sing-Along with you wherever you go and get the high-spirited good times started. Includes a 10-song CD recorded by Lisa!

Our Thoughts: I always try to encourage creativity with my children. We have a large variety box of Crayola products that I love to pull out for the kids to sit and get involved with projects. My daughter really loves Art and is very talented. The boys enjoy crayons and chalk and love to draw too.

My daughter used the double sided dry erase board and made a really cute drawing. I think it will be very useful to keep in the kitchen to  write down my grocery list or to just sketch out ideas when were deciding on projects to tackle around the house. I love that it has two sides. Here’s a drawing my daughter did.

The one thing she really loved out of the box of crayola products that we were sent for review was the crystallized window markers.  We have a large picture window that she can use her creativity and draw us something for the holiday on it.  High school kids love writing on car windows for school games and meets and I can see that they would love to use these to offer a bit of Flair to their writings.  Here’s a drawing on my daughters bedroom window.

Markers are perfect for pre-teen girls and teenagers to use so express their thoughts and ideas for the whole world to see. We loved all the other products in the box and think they are wonderful for in the car, too.  I love that Crayola is loved by my children and allow them to put down the electronics and add a color to their lives and imaginations.

Disclosure: The Crayola “Inside the Crayon Box” prize pack, product information and prize pack for giveaway have been provided by Crayola through MyBlogSpark.

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WIN IT: One reader of the Night Owl Mama will win a  Crayola “Inside the Crayon Box” prize pack will contain:

My First Crayola Washable Crayons, Markers & Stampers: just the right size and shape for little hands, toddlers can create bright and colorful designs with no caps to lose or no messy ink pads

Crayola Mess Free Color Wonder Tiny Tube: with over 10 ft of coloring, perforated activity pages, a carry-along handle and the ability to store markers inside, kids can color at home or on the road; markers magically appear only on the special Color Wonder paper, not on skin
Crayola Crystal Effect Window Markers: turn an ordinary window or mirror into a colorful crystal canvas and create amazing effects on an unexpected surface that can be wiped clean with a damp cloth

Crayola Washable Kaleidoscope Chalk: experience sidewalk art in amazing new ways, by drawing designs, putting on the 3D Kaleidoscope glasses and watching as creations pop up off the ground

Crayola Dry-Erase Bright Crayons: a dry-erase drawing and writing tool for kids that’s washable, smudge-proof, odorless, and will never dry out
Crayola Dual-Sided Dry Erase Board: a two-sided board that makes it fun and colorful to share eye-popping messages or track soccer schedules

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196 Responses

  1. Nancy says:

    We would have mostly mud or dirt stains.

  2. Leslie Guenther says:

    Milk. Who knew milk stains. I hate straw cups because they always leak and I can not seem to find them all the day it happens.

  3. Kimberly Schotz says:

    We get juice stains

  4. Sandy VanHoey says:

    Juice and my sister did the same thing and now can’t get out the stain in hers

  5. shelly says:

    I usually get juice stains.

  6. Ashley Kirkland says:

    Juice Stains! All the time! lol

  7. Carla says:

    My daughter has my artistic gene! I am so thankful for the color wonder products that Crayola has come up with! I saw a few of the new products above and can’t wait to have my Daughter try some! Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. Johnetta Dawson says:

    No Carpet in my house. 😀

  9. Kristi F. says:

    Dirt in the carpet is a problem at our place.

  10. Nicole Tackett says:

    My house has a lot of mud, juice, and marker stains!

  11. Ani G W says:

    Juice from the kids sneaking it out of the kitchen and dirt because I have two boys and we live out in the country.

  12. michelle combs says:

    we have dirt stains in ours


  14. Bernadette Glory says:

    believe it or not, I have a couple laundry detergent stains on my carpet from when the bottle tipped over, now they’re just darker patches on the carpet, not sure how to get rid of it….

  15. Leah Shumack says:

    We have lots of kool aid stains in ours!

  16. Jen Barker says:

    stains include any kind of fruit, chocolate milk, juice, paint,

  17. Jen Barker says:

    This would be so great to win. My one daughter loves to color and the other likes to be creative so this would be awesome for them both.

  18. I would really love to win this for my 4 year old son

  19. Tiffany G says:

    What kind of stains do I find on the carpet? I find juice,soda,pizza sauce,ice cream,spaghetti,ketchup,grass just to name a few.. Thank goodness for the carpet cleaner it sure does get a work out.. 🙂

  20. Jennifer West says:

    My grandson would love, love, LOVE these Crayola items! Pick “GG” so that I can gift him!