The Little Words Project x Crayola bracelets make great accessories and gifts. | Source: Little Words Project

Going back to school has never been more exciting than it is now that kids can wear the new bracelets from Little Words Project’s collaboration with Crayola

Little Words Project — a brand that sells beaded bracelets with words meant to inspire positivity and kindness — is partnering with Crayola to launch six new, colorful bracelets that promote wearers to “be colorful, be you.” The words on the bracelets include “kindness,” “create,” “inspire,” “be yourself,” “live colorfully,” and “teacher” — a special edition bracelet to acknowledge the positive impacts educators can have on kids’ lives.

Each bracelet comes with a unique code that kids can register online to  share the story and significance of the bracelet’s word. If the bracelet is gifted to someone else, the code can be registered again to map the spreading of kindness.

The Little Words Project x Crayola Bundle | Source: Little Words Project

There is also a limited-edition $100 gift bundle (that you can also gift to yourself!) that includes four Little Words x Crayola bracelets, four colored pencils, crayons, and a canvas to color in.

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Following the launch of the collection, Little Words Project and Crayola will continue their partnership to give back to an underserved art classroom at The Renaissance School of The Arts in Harlem, New York through the nonprofit Little Words will donate bracelets, core Crayola products, and provide funds to the class teacher to purchase needed classroom supplies. 

The bracelets are available to purchase on for $25 each, at the Little Words flagship store in New York City, and at select retailers.

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Carmelina Albanese

Carmelina Albanese

Carmelina was an editorial intern at the Toy Insider, the Toy Book, and the Pop Insider. In addition to writing for the three publications, she loves writing (and never finishing) her own short stories. On her days off, she enjoys crocheting funky-looking animals, taking long drives to Dunkin’, and identifying plants in her backyard. She is excited to learn and write about all the hottest toys of the summer.