According to a study done by Yale University, the smell of a crayon ranks #18 on the list of most recognizable scents for adults.

In the Color Census 2000, blue was voted the favorite color out of 120 choices. Bringing up the rear? Tan, tumbleweed and spring green.

By the time a child celebrates their tenth birthday, they will have worn down 730 crayons. Combined, children in the U.S. spend 6.3 billion hours coloring each year. That’s about 28 minutes per day, per child.