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A name that’s become synonymous with kids’ craftwork and coloring tools, Crayola has been rolling out crayons off the assembly line since 1903. Whether it’s providing colored chalk to put a purple octopus on the moon, or enabling teachers to bring arts-infused learning into the classroom, Crayola has helped countless generations of children develop a love for art. The company was founded more than a century ago when cousins Edwin Bonney and C.Harold Smith took over the family pigment business in 1885. Back then the company used to produce barn paint and black carbon tire paint, but the cousins noticed a need for safe, high quality, affordable wax crayons. Since then, the Crayola brand has grown into a portfolio of innovative art tools, crafting activities, and creative toys that includes the popular Crayola twistables, fabric, washable and window markers, coloring pages, paints, art sets, easels, and mini stampers. From Crayola’s glow explosion markers to the Crayola dome, Crayola provides children and parents with an abundance of arts & crafts tools to choose from.

Past Sales Featuring Crayola & more

Sale Ended September 10, 2012

We ♥ Purple!

If you have a child who loves all things purple, you won't be able to resist this sale. (We like purple, we just can't stand Barney.) Here's a small taste of the items we're featuring in this happy hue: dresses, jackets, headbands, watches, and backpacks.

Sale Ended June 22, 2014

Pint-Sized Picasso: Arts & Crafts

All the colorful supplies kids need to make mini masterpieces.

Sale Ended October 28, 2014

100 Top Fall Looks

Our absolute favorite pieces for the cool-weather season.

Sale Ended August 25, 2013

The Best of Alex Toys: Up to 50% Off

Get kids' imaginative juices flowing with easels, kitchen sets, tie-die kits, and more. All the colorful toys here will keep artistic tots busy for hours — just make sure you have room on your refrigerator to display your little one's hard work.

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