1. A stick of colored wax, charcoal, or chalk, used for drawing
-Press lightly to avoid breakage of crayon or dullness of the tip
-Crayons must be organized in boxes by color and be placed in correct box
-Crayons are generally only used by Aubrey
-Crayons may not be used by someone Aubrey thinks will break the rules
These crayons are from my special edition 120 crayons. Crayons are organized by reds/purples/pinks, oranges/yellows, and then blues/green/browns.
This is my "100 Years of Color" crayon box, which I got when I was in the 4th grade. I still have all the colors but two, and one has been replaced. This is the box that started all the Crayon Nazi-ness. I have kept this box for 7 grade levels, and I plan to keep it for as long as possible. As you can see, the crayons are dull, but for being through as much as they have they're doing pretty well.