Colour me happy, and clean!

by Vicky

Bath time is always a lot of fun at our house. Joel requests a bath every single night, and plays in the tub until his fingers are pruney. Last year for his birthday, a friend gave him a big tub of Crayola Color Dotz. I had never seen them before, but they were a huge hit! The container of 30 red, blue or yellow dotz did not last long once Joel realized he could change the colour of his bath water by mixing in different colours! His request for a bath each night quickly turned into a request for a ‘colour bath!’

If you have a child who does not like taking baths, I’m sure these would help turn bath time into a fun experience!

You can find Crayola Color Dotz at Mrs. Tiggy Winkles for about $5.99 for a container of 30. I recently found Alex Toys ‘Rub a Dub color your tub’ dots at Winners for $3.99 for 50 tablets.

Product Description:

Crayola® Color Dotz™ are fizzing water colour tablets that turn ordinary bath water into colourful, fizzy water. The red, yellow and blue tablets of Crayola® Color Dotz™ are great for colour mixing, allowing children to create their own unique colours. Crayola® Color Dotz™ provide children of all ages with a world of colourful fun in the tub. Non-toxic.

Color Your Tub Fizzy Tints – Turn ordinary bathwater into a tub of colorful fun! The primary colored tablets (50 each in red, blue and yellow) can be mixed and matched to create all the colors of the rainbow. There are enough tablets for over 50 colorful baths! Suitable for age: 3 year(s)

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4 responses to “Colour me happy, and clean!

  1. twohandsfull

    what is clean up like after?

  2. I was wondering the same thing.

    We had bath crayons for a bit, and the bath tub area always looked a mess. Before we sold our last house, I had a heck of a time getting the crayon off the grout (in fact I’m not sure I ever did completely).

  3. We have had bath cyaons before. They were a life saver when the girl was going through a phase of not wanting to get in the bath. It can get a bit messy on the walls. But then I would give her a face cloth and when she wasn’t wiping herself she would wipe down the walls. 🙂

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