Chalk City Review and Giveaway

As a kid I always loved playing hopscotch, and of course riding my bike in its own path like a car, but I always hated making the paths because I could never make them perfect. Not only that but by the time I was done making the path it was time to go back inside, by the next day I would have to start all over because the chalk that I had used had faded away.
With Chalk City’s Road Maker you could easily make roads or paths that are even, and you can make them fast! I love that it can fold it and that it has its own separate bag for easy storage. Another thing I love about it is that you can use any large sidewalk chalk, so if you run out of the chalk it comes with you can use other chalk while you wait for new chalk to come from Chalk City. It takes minutes to create a play area for your little ones, and its so simple that they can use it themselves.

Chalk City also has a variety of stencils to use with your Road Maker to create the perfect path. They have both the Road Sign Stencil set, and the Obstacle Course Stencil set. My favorite out of the two was the Obstacle Course Set, it had different activities that you could add to your path like jumping jacks, hop both feet, spin, or even hop on one foot. They are also very thick and durable.

We had a lot of fun playing outside with our Chalk City set. It was great for both the big kids and the little ones, and they could both play together. The chalk stayed in place which was great and they had a blast creating their little play areas. This is definitely a toy we will be playing with for summers to come. I definitely recommend Chalk city to anyone that has kids that love to play with chalk.

You can find Chalk City on their website here.

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**Disclaimer** I was in no way paid, or obligated to give a positive review, or a review at all for this company. If you would like to read my full disclaimer for reviews you can find it here.
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  1. Mine is watching my daughter’s creativity bloom on the sidewalk and driveway, especially when she started drawing stuff I could recognize and when she started writing her own name :)

  2. My favorite chalk activity when I was a little girl was hopscotch.

  3. I like the Road Maker

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