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  • Sarah Alleman

    Great idea! - Melt broken crayon pieces and pour into glue stick containers to harden creating big crayons that can be rolled up as they are used. Cool idea

  • Katie Norman

    Melt broken crayon pieces and pour into glue stick containers to harden creating big crayons that can be rolled up as they are used. BEST IDEA EVER!! @kristy, here's an idea for your melted crayons!

  • Mirian Parces

    Melt crayon, pour into glue stick containers to harden. Big crayons roll ups

  • Cheryl Welty

    Melt down crayon pieces and pour into glue stick containers to harden. Big crayons that can be rolled up as they are used. #teaching #teacher #classroom #kids #crafts

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