Here’s a fun gift idea! Grab a pack of Fun Chalk for a great price right now on Amazon. This would be great for a playroom, for a chalkboard surface in your home, for a teacher’s classroom, and more.
We were gifted a set by Fun Chalk and had lots of fun decorating windows (but you can use them on a whole lot more). Of course Little R wanted to use them to draw gross things and write the word “butt” which he though was hilarious.
- PREMIUM INK – Chalk markers from Fun Chalk feature a 6 mm Reversible Chisel Point Tip and Round Point Tip that allows users to create both Thick and Thin Lines in 8 Fluorescent Colors that WILL NOT Drip, Smudge, or Fade
- EASY CLEAN-UP – Just wet cloth, wipe and erase – clean-up is that quick and easy with these premium Chalk Pens!
- ECO-FRIENDLY – Fun Chalk’s Chalk Markers are environmentally friendly and conform to all the requirements set forth by the American Society for Testing and Materials and the European Standard for Toy Safety Testing!
- SAFE – These chalk pens are non-toxic, xylene-free, odor-free and dust-free, which makes them a prime choice for those who suffer from allergies or asthma!
- HIGH QUALITY – Long-lasting, quick-drying ink is great for use on non-porous blackboards, mirrors, windows and plastic. Ideal for brainstorming, promotional activities, restaurant advertising, school projects and more!
Fun Chalk usually sells on Amazon.com for $34.99 but are now on sale (and will continue to be until Christmas) for $19.99. If you go to their website, www.
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I’m a busy blogger and happy auntie of Little R, who I spend time with several days per week – which ends up being the FAVORITE part of my week! We love to cook together, do crafts, play outside and turn boring errands into fun adventures.
shea balentine says
My niece would have so much fun drawing on the front door with these!
Melanie Montgomery says
I would let my nephew decide what he wants to do with them
vivian blevins says
this would be great for my newphew.
Vikki Billings says
I would give them as a gift to my grandchildren so they can use them at home.
Lily Kwan says
I would make crafts with them.