Question by JustTorri: Should I give my kids their main Christmas gift on December 1st?
It’s is the coolest gift ever (a Wii U) and I think they would love to have it now. I know they will get other gifts on Christmas Day, but nothing nearly like this. The problem is they won’t have a big “Santa gift”, for the first time unless their Dad gets them one. They are all teenagers, but they always get a big gift under the tree still. Decisions, decisions, and I don’t know what to do.
Good point Perhaps I should just have it out when they come over next and just let them have it. Then for Christmas get them smaller gifts.
Answer by email@example.com That wouldnt be a christmas present since its not on christmas plz dont
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The Crayola Telescoping Crayon Tower is a see-through, three-tier container that expands when it's time to color and collapses for quick storage when you're done. The easy-access tower comes with 150 Crayola Crayons, including metallic and glitter shades. A handy crayon sharpener keeps the crayons ready to use for all of your child's colorful designs and art projects.
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Easy Organization for Crayons with Expanding Tiers
For convenience, the Crayola Telescoping Crayon Tower expands into three tiers when your child is ready to color. The clear container offers quick access and makes organizing crayons easy for children. When it's time to clean up, the tower collapses to its original size and locks securely.
Includes 150 Crayola Colors for Inspiration
The crayon case comes with 150 Crayola Crayons, including favorites like Salmon, Burnt Sienna, and Periwinkle. The case also includes 16 Metallic FX crayons and 16 glitter crayons. All durable, bright Crayola Crayons are made in America.
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Crayola Telescoping Crayon Tower with 118 regular Crayola Crayons, 16 Crayola Metallic FX Crayons, and 16 Crayola Glitter Crayons.
Telescoping Crayon Tower
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Three-tiered storage container folds out for easy access to crayons
Collapses compactly and locks for easy cleanup
Includes 150 crayons, including Metallic FX and glitter
Smooth, durable crayons are made in America
Removable crayon sharpener fits in the tower's center