Crayola Experience

by Mr. Bang

Crayola Experience is the best place ever!  


You could make art with melted wax from machines that melt crayons and then drip it down on a circle of paper.  You put two crayons into the machine. The paper’s going around in circles.  You control how fast the paper goes with a lever.  When the crayon’s out, a light comes on.  

The playset is an awesome area that has a slide, a green and yellow tunnel, a bridge between two parts, and the tunnel also goes between the two parts.  I spent 45 minutes there total, and I went there three different times.



(This picture is from the internet, not Mom.)

I labeled my own crayon.  It was really neat!  You get to give the machine a token, and then design your own wrapper.  You get to put the label on the crayon.  These are the colors you can choose from:

  1. green
  2. pink
  3. purple
  4. red
  5. orange
  6. yellow

(This picture is from the internet, not Mom.)


When you come in, they give you two tokens per person.  There are two other things you can do with your tokens.  You can get a marker or clay.  I got a pack of green clay.  I played with my clay.  There were tables with tools; there was a plastic pizza cutter, and a design maker with two different designs – a design on each end.  


I also made a coloring page with myself in it.  I got to choose a background.  I pressed a red button and it took my picture.  Then it printed it out.


I think Crayola Experience would be good for ages two through fourteen.


8 thoughts on “Crayola Experience

    • Also, if you can find five pictures of different crayons with letters, you’ll get a prize. In case you don’t find all of them, I’ll tell you, this is what the word is: the word is “treat.” The prize was two crayons!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! -MB


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