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Crayola

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Claudine Triglia

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Crayola
Crayola Products
Brushes, chalk, clay, dough & modeling, colored pencils, crayons, digital, girl activities, glue, markers, oil pastel, outdoor paint/supplies, paper pads, scissors, toys & activities, and more!
Crayola Categories
Classpacks, Xtreme coloring, Color wonder, Construction paper, Create2destroy, Doodle magic, Dry erase, Giant coloring pages, Glow explosion, Grad 'n Go, Light designers, Model magic, Morphix, My first crayola, outdoor color bubbles, Pipsqueaks, Pop art pixies, Refill packs, Sidewalk chalk, Silly putty, Story studio, Ultra-clean, Wild notes, and Visi-maxdry-erase.
Did you know?
*Crayola factories can make up to 85 crayons per minute, 13.5 million crayons per day, and 3 billion crayons per year. That can go around the world 6 times.
*All Crayola crayons are made with solar energy.
* The founders of crayola are C. Harold Smith and Edwin Binney.
*The first box of crayola crayon was made in 1903 for 5 cents.
*The name crayola comes from the french word craie (chalk) and oleaginous (oily paraffin wax).

How they're made
First they mix a bunch of ingredients together and pour it into a crayon shaped mold. Next they move on to the labeling operation where all of the crayons get their labels. Lastly they pack the crayons up so they're ready to sell!
By Marissa Triglia Q1 Digital Literacy
Have you ever wanted to know everything about Crayola? All of the colors, the products,the history, the categories? Well your in the right place! Continue with this presentation to learn everything about crayola and the history behind it.
C. Harold Smith
Edwin Binney
1st Crayola crayon box!
Almond
Antique Brass
Apricot
Aquamarine
Asparagus
Atomic Tangerine
Banana Mania
Beaver
Bittersweet
Black
Blue
Blue Bell
Blue Green
Blue Violet
Blush
Brick Red
Brown
Burnt Orange
Burnt Sienna
Cadet Blue
Canary
Caribbean Green
Carnation Pink
Cerise
Cerulean
Chestnut
Copper
Cornflower
Cotton Candy
Dandelion
Denim
Desert Sand
Eggplant
Electric Lime
Fern
Forest Green
Fuchsia
Fuzzy Wuzzy Brown
Gold
Goldenrod
Granny Smith Apple
Gray
Green
Green Yellow
Hot Magenta
Inch Worm
Indigo
Jazzberry Jam
Jungle Green
Laser Lemon
Lavender
Macaroni and Cheese
Magenta
Mahogany
Manatee
Mango Tango
Maroon
Mauvelous
Melon
Midnight Blue
Mountain Meadow
Neon Carrot
Olive Green
Orange
Orchid
Outer Space
Outrageous Orange
Pacific Blue
Peach
Periwinkle
Piggy Pink
Pine Green
Pink Flamingo
Pink Sherbet
Plum
Purple Heart
Purple Mountains’ Majesty
Purple Pizzazz
Radical Red
Raw Sienna
Razzle Dazzle Rose
Razzmatazz
Red
Red Orange
Red Violet
Robin Egg Blue
Royal Purple
Salmon
Scarlet
Screamin Green
Sea Green
Sepia
Shadow
Shamrock
Shocking Pink
Silver
Sky Blue
Sunglow
Sunset Orange
Tan
Tickle Me Pink
Timberwolf
Tropical Rain Forest
Tumbleweed
Turquoise Blue
Unmellow Yellow
Violet (Purple)
Violet Red
Vivid Tangerine
Vivid
White
Wild Blue Yonde
Wild Strawberry
Wild Watermelon
Wisteria
Yellow
152 crayons!!!!
Thank you for watching my prezi. I hope you learned more about crayola and how crayons are made!
1st Crayola crayon box!
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