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Three is a common number in favorite children's tales: the Three Little Pigs, the Three Bears, and Three Billy Goats Gruff. As kids draw with three crayons or markers at a time, they'll enhance their visual awareness, all the while learning about parallel
Pick out three of your favorite colors from your Crayola Crayons or Washable Markers.
Hold all three crayons together. Wrap a rubber band around them. Tape the three crayons together so they won't slip.
Now draw with your color trio. Making swirls and curls is as easy as 1..2..3.
Let's make something!
Make a practical gift for someone you love or for yourself by reusing film canisters or other containers! Play with fun
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Kids plan ahead as they carefully carve their corrugated cardboard printing plate. They'll dive into this project to cre
Children dive into this easy but fun ripple project without splashing a drop of water. They create an eye-catching pictu
Make identifying the planets in the solar system easy by highlighting their special features with Crayola® Color Sticks.
Turn a simple plastic berry basket into a fabulous work of art that is functional as well as beautiful! Save space in a
From loveable lions to cute cows, children enjoy creating friendly animals. Writing a story further develops kids' imagi
Just beachy! Smell the salt air as you look over the harbor at sunset—or is it sunrise? Create a memorable 3-D scene.
Create cool scenes with brilliant little dots. Like the famous painter Georges Seurat, you can use dots, dots, dots, and
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.
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