Thursday, June 18, 2009
Where do old cayons go?
Another question that I have been contemplating for some time. the Crayola company makes probably millions, maybe billions of crayons every year, where to they go? I mean the old broken ups ones, or the colors you never use? Now that school has ended for many children, what has happened to those crayons?
I discovered what to do with them... melt and make them into alphabet crayons, then I am going to donate them along with coloring books to a children's hospital! As I say, "Pay It Forward".
I found this clever idea and picture on the following website:http://megduerksen.typepad.com
I need to learn how to link!