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Crayola has been a part of almost every American kid's life for generations -- I know these were among my favorite art supplies when I was in grade school.
Once again, the company that originally coined the word Crayons has come through with a variety of free downloadable coloring pages for Hanukkah.
Click on the links to get these FREE down loadables for your kids to use at home, at Hebrew School, at public schools, or for homeschools.
P.S. Last call for the Crayola K-12 Contest that ends December 1, 2010, so be sure to enter before the deadline.
What are you doing for Hanukkah this year? And if you'd like to share, what was your favorite color Crayon (mine was Macaroni & Cheese) when you were little? Please leave a comment and share your Chanukah plans and/or Crayon childhood memories.
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