Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Opportunity for The Crayola Experience

In our house we love to color with crayons, markers, paint and chalk.   We even love to exercise this activity when out to dinner, in the car and even at doctor's appointments where waiting time is inevitable.
So, when I was approached recently to write a blog as part of a sweepstakes to help promote The Crayola Experience, my curiosity was piqued.  To win a possible opportunity to take my daughter who loves arts and crafts to a place filled with color and fun, I was intrigued to learn more, and enter for a chance to be chosen.
I can only imagine what it would be like for my daughter to experience this incredible place where tools for creation are a big part of her life. 
I will admit that before now I can't say I knew there was a place called The Crayola Experience.
This place has four floors of interactive and unique attractions, which is especially great for youngsters who learn best by doing and touching and exploring.  Even better is the fact my husband and I love science and the chance for our daughter to discover the magic of color while learning of the chemistry and technology behind it seems rather cool. 
As a parent, now knowing this, I am certainly interested. 
The costs for entrance are reasonable especially if you plan to be there for a full day.  I have already signed up on the website for newsletters and to keep an eye out for future promotions.
I would love the chance to customize an authentic crayon label and wrap of my daughter's choice color and then call it the family crayon. 
Certainly with a preschooler the Color Playground seems like an excellent way for kids to get exercise and much-needed run around time.  Of course, it's always nice to be able to come home with something, and seeing that children have the opportunity to create art onsite is also appealing.
The first place that my daughter would likely want to venture into once onsite would be Marker Mania.  I mean, my kid is often covered in markers from tracing her hands and getting all consumed by this medium.  She would likely be in awe.
And, to watch this experience in the eyes of a child can be so rewarding for us as parents.
I am excited for the possibility of winning a chance to take my family to this unique, fun, colorful place and to share with you what our experience was like.  Should I not win, I can indeed see this being a future activity for us all to enjoy together.
Disclosure: "The Crayola Experience information has been provided by Crayola."   

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