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Monday, July 15, 2013

Must Have Monday: crayons

Nope, still haven't made anything to link up with Tara, but I have started spotting things I want for my classroom. So I decided to link up with with with Santa instead for Must Have Monday. Isn't her button precious?


By the way, I'm posting and doing everything from my Kindle this week while Steven's out of town for a class. So formatting and adding pictures are a little harder. That also means I have less time this week because I have Keagan by myself. So far, we're staying busy and entertained, but it's only day one.

Anyway, I took Keagan to Wal-Mart today so I could buy a pair of hand weights for the 30 day shred I'm supposed to start today if I ever stop blog surfing before Keagan wakes up. We had to go through the school supplies section, and then I spotted this set of crayons.



I love it! My skin tone crayons are always running out, and these would be great! I almost went ahead and bought a bunch, but they weren't on sale yet (only 78¢ though), so I figured I could wait and see. Now if it also includes the perfect shade for red hair, I'll be thrilled!

5 comments:

  1. I agree! Those are always the first colors to go! Thanks for linking up!

    Sabra
    Teaching with a Touch of Twang

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  2. HA! This is almost funny... I remember the skin colored crayons running out like even when I was little. I'll have to snag those if I see them!

    Lauren
    The Sweetest Thing
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  3. Skin colored crayons are the best! It makes sure everyone feels included. Love it. :)

    Catherine
    The Brown-Bag Teacher

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  4. I saw the shades crayons at the store just today and was wondering how I could use them in the classroom...I had forgotten how quickly skin tones go! Thanks for the great idea. :D

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  5. I saw those today at Wal-Mart! They had some other great colors too! Those would be cool to use as "extra special" crayons!

    Karen
    An Apple a Day in First Grade

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