Is your child a Crayola kid?

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When I was a kid, I surely am. 🙂

Like most parents my age, I grew up with Crayola crayons. Whether it’s 8, 16, or 64 colors (if you had that 64-color crayon box with the sharpener at the back, you were popular in school), I’d have a blast using them on my so-called artworks, be it for school or just for the home. And as I colored away, I learned new hues and shades like olive green, burnt sienna, salmon, and periwinkle (which is actually a cute name).

Today, we parents are introducing our own kids to the joys of using Crayola. Don’t we all just love it when our kids draw and color away and proudly show their artworks to us?

Now we can showcase our kids’ masterpieces to everyone with this contest from Crayola!

I'm a Crayola Kid Online Arts & Crafts Contest
I’m a Crayola Kid Online Arts & Crafts Contest

Encourage your child to join the I’m a Crayola Kid Online Arts & Crafts Contest, which runs until September 30, 2014. All that needs to be done is:

1. Get the Crayola Drawing Sheet from participating Toy Kingdom branches or download it from Toy Kingdom’s Facebook Page.

2. Create your unique artwork using any Crayola product.

3. Fill out details on the sheet, then scan or take a photo of your artwork and post it on Toy Kingdom’s Facebook Page. Don’t forget the tags: #ImACrayolaKid @ToyKingdomPH

You can also visit Toy Kingdom SM Megamall and post your artwork on the Crayola Imagination Wall and take a photo that you can upload on TK’s Facebook Page.

The contest has three (3) categories: Toddler (1 to 2 years and 11 months), Preschool (3 to 5 years old), and Grade School (6 to 12 years old). Entries will be judged based on a set criteria.

Winners will be announced on October 15, and they will each receive a Crayola product and selected gifts from Ogalala worth PHP 1,200.

Parents, it’s time to unleash your child’s creativity. Let him or her join the I’m a Crayola Kid Online Arts & Crafts Contest!

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