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Best Driveway Chalk

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When the weather’s nice, children love to play outdoors, whether it’s recess or playtime at home. Drawing with driveway chalk is a perfect outdoor activity for kids of all ages. From doing lessons outside to writing nice messages or creating fun outdoor games like hopscotch to drawing their next imaginative piece of artwork, there are endless ways to use driveway chalk. We’ve rounded up some of the best driveway chalks to have on hand at home or in the classroom.

The chalk is specially formulated to reduce the dust made by writing on the sidewalk or driveway. The pigment is colorful and washable and the pieces of chalk are tapered so they won’t roll away.

This pack includes 48 unique colors. With that much variety, children have endless artistic possibilities. The pieces are shaped like rectangular blocks so they won’t roll down a sloped driveway and have pointed tips to draw fine details.

The pieces in this jumbo box are tapered so they won’t roll away and they are resistant to breaking. The box also helps keep the chalk colors separated and organized.

This basic bucket of chalk is great for summer fun. There are 20 assorted colors that write well on rough driveway and sidewalk surfaces.

This is another great bulk buy for classrooms. There are 126 pieces that are sure to last a long time, even with many children using them. The colors are bold and washable and the pieces shouldn’t break.


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