Answer: Try putting the article of clothing in the freezer for about six hours. This will harden the crayon and you should be able to scrape it off the garment. Any leftover stain should be treated with an enzymatic cleaner and then laundered as usual.
Answer: The invention of the true wax crayon brought art to children through a new safe medium (the wax crayons introduced from the mid 1880s on were non-toxic) and therefore accessible in schools. Over time all children got exposed early to art and the creativity of expression. Well known painters and artisans have indicated one of their first exposures to their creativity was through a crayon. The crayon is one of the most recognized devices around the world and and anchor point to childhood for the majority of civilization. The impact to society was in the ability to encourage and foster creativity and art expression and that has had a ripple effect across everything from what you see in the world to how you see it (that creative element in every design, ad or idea).
Answer: PURPLE, BLUE, GREEN, ORANGE, PINK!! They are all good ones but mine would be WHITE!! Because no one ever uses the white crayon, so when every one else is all used up, I would be the perfect girl!!
Answer: There are many but a lot of them are just descriptive of another color such as "Agae Green." Truly independent color names are: Acorn, Almond, Amethyst, Angel Cake, Antique Brass, Apricot, Aqua, Aquamarine, Asparagus, Awesome, Axel Grease, Aztec Gold, Azure
Answer: Freeze it with ice, and scrape it out.That would work, if it was chunks of crayon. To get the stains out of fabric, use WD-40 and dish soap. First apply the WD-40 with a sponge. Lay a paper towel on top to soak up the dye. After about 15-20 minutes of soaking, wash it with dish soap. Throw it in the washer a few times and it should be fine. Hope this helps!