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If you have been out to the stores for back to school shopping, you have probably seen Crayola’s new products on the shelves. These two new products called, Take Note! are a brand new suite of innovative writing tools designed to make colorful marks!

Crayola Take Note!

Crayola Take Note! Washable Gel Pens: Each ergonomic, cushioned-gripped pen features colored gel ink that easily washes off hands and clothes. Create colorful designs with the washability you expect. The Washable Gel Pens feature a quick-dry formula for rich, vibrant color that is streak-free. Perfect for taking notes, art projects and organizing documents by color. Available on Amazon. 14-Count $12, 6-Count $6

Crayola Take Note! Gel Pens 6 Count Crayola Take Note! Gel Pens 14 Count

Crayola Take Note! Erasable Highlighters: With Crayola Take Note! Erasable Highlighters, tweens, and teens can highlight and underline with bright colors and magically erase as needed. With six vibrant colors, students can easily highlight and underline important notes without damaging books or documents. The Crayola Take Note! Erasable Highlighters have bright colors on one end and clear ink tips on the other end for quick and easy erasing. Available on Amazon. 6-Count $6

Crayola Take Note! Highlighters

Benefits of Using Colored Writing Instruments

  • Memory and Organization: Using color for note taking is proven to aid in memory retention, helpful for organization and making tasks more enjoyable. Take Note! is the perfect line of writing tools to help kids stay on track
  • Quick Dry Formula: TakeNote! Washable Gel Pens feature a quick-dry formula for rich, vibrant color that is streak-free
  • Vibrant Colors Make a Bold Statement: TakeNote! Erasable Highlighters’ bright colors will make a bold statement on homework and projects alike.
  • Easy Erasing: TakeNote! Erasable Highlighters have bright colors on one end and clear ink tips on the other end for quick and easy erasing.
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12 Comment

  1. June S.
    August 22, 2018 at 10:19 am

    I really like the crayola colored marker set for my five year old grandson, we would have a lot of fun using these together. He has become quite the artist here lately.

  2. Kasee Johnson
    August 22, 2018 at 2:10 pm

    I buy EVERYTHING when it goes on clearance and stash it for the next year! Very rarely do I have to make new purchases. I have noticed, though, that the summertime before-school-starts sales are pretty darn good now. So if there are specific items you think your kids might need, grab them when Staples or Office Max run a big sale.

  3. Samantha Wagner
    August 22, 2018 at 10:46 pm

    I homeschool, so I usually start our school year a couple weeks later than the schools. I just wait until everything goes on sale, and then stock up for the year.

  4. Patricia Barraclough
    August 22, 2018 at 11:38 pm

    I color coded my children’s school items. Each had their own color (red, blue, and purple for my three) and their notebooks, binders, backpacks, pencil cases, erasers, rulers, etc. were all one color. No arguing about what belonged to whom, and it made it easy for them to get their things together. I started using the system for the different organizations I belong to. Each has its own color folder, notebook, and tote bag.

  5. Janet W.
    August 23, 2018 at 8:13 am

    My best back to school tip is to start shopping about a month early so you can get an idea of what the best prices are on individual school supplies! Shop around and check multiple ads to find the best prices!

  6. Tamra Phelps
    August 23, 2018 at 11:29 am

    I wish I had some great tips, lol. The best I can offer is to expect a few bumps in the day and just deal with them. I guess that sort of sets an example for kids, lol.

  7. Judy Elmayan
    August 23, 2018 at 7:33 pm

    my best back to school tip is get the list and start right away because often you may have to hit several stores or perhaps order on line which can take time. Like for my son one year the teacher wanted a towel with his name on it. I did not want to just write it on there so I custom ordered one since my sewing skills are that of a gerbil.

  8. elizabeth miller
    August 24, 2018 at 4:43 pm

    We pick up random things we know will be needed through out the year as we find it on clearance or really good sales. We always get the main school supply list for the next grade in order to see what will be needed.

  9. Amy D
    August 26, 2018 at 10:01 am

    I spray my daughter’s hair with lice spray every day before school. She avoided getting lice when it was passed around her class 3 times last year.

  10. Maryann D.
    September 1, 2018 at 9:09 am

    My best back to school tip or hack would be to have everything prepared and ready for the morning before school starts. It helps so there is no stress or rush after the children wake up.

  11. debbie wilson
    September 3, 2018 at 11:50 pm

    Listen 2 Ur Teacher.No Throwing Paper planes . No Bullying !!! Report This Bullying 2 Your Principal !!!

  12. Jennifer H.
    September 4, 2018 at 12:23 pm

    My tip is to pack the lunch and back pack the night before. I would also suggest to pick out the outfit the night before.

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