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Young children need lots of time to figure out how art materials, and their own muscles, work. Encourage their creativity and experimentation!
Wear clothes that can get messy. Cover your work area with recycled newspaper. With Crayola® So Big® Brushes and Crayola Washable Kid's Paints, experiment with different colors and ways to apply paint to paper.
Try different moves with your paint brush--push, drag, twist, and roll it. Spread out the bristles or paint with just the tip. Try using a lot of paint and just a little.
Mix colors in a recycled foam produce tray or on your paper as you paint. What colors can you make? Add different amounts of each color to see how colors change. Dry.
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Household objects are perfect to create colorful prints on a rainy day, or any day just for fun. Rummage around and see
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Swirl and twirl your fingers. Use Color Wonder™ Fingerpaints to fill your paper with colorful spirals. There’s no mess!
Night skies are star-studded in Van Gogh’s bold style with Crayola® Twistables™! Swirl your impressions of a <I>Starry N
Use Crayola Scissors to create eye-popping optical illusions with vibrant weavings!
The Earth is really one BIG rock! Discover the glowing colors of fluorescent stones. Make a dazzling display with Crayol
Psychedelic designs from the 1960s are back—and they’re BIG! Create vibrant retro designs with Crayola® Twistables®.
Kids line up to do this fun project that challenges them to draw with one continuous line. This brain-boosting art promp
Let the good times roll with this project. It's packed with opportunities to explore music, science, visual arts, and cr