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You're off to the slopes or a skateboard park! Stand your boarder on a Sizzlin' Sports Board and boogie!
Watch skateboarders or snowboarders having a great time. Notice what position riders' arms and legs are in on the best rides.
Use white Crayola® Model Magic® to shape the body of a skateboard or snowboard rider. Roll the modeling compound in your hands. Attach arms and legs, or pull limbs out from a large piece of Model Magic. Bend the knees, elbows, and torso to show a boarder in action. For safety, create a separate helmet.
Spread newspaper over your art area. With a Crayola Paint Brush, paint a face and clothing on your rider with Crayola Washable Kid's Paint. Dry.
With Crayola Scissors cut yarn for hair. Glue on top of the boarder's head with Crayola School Glue. Dry.
Place the helmet on your rider's head. See the Inspiring Idea Sizzlin' Sports Boards to create a board on which your rider can boogie! Create ramps, obstacle courses, a snowboard or skateboard park, or moguls with recycled items for even more fun.
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Make your own action figures with Model Magic®! Show your best karate moves. Invent exciting self-defense scenes.
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