In just a few quick steps, customize your own box of Crayola Crayons, create an Art Case, or draw your own Stuffed Animal. It's easy and fun!
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Ever wonder how to draw in 3-D? Find out how to create perfect cubes every time—then use the same technique to make other 3-D looks!
To create a 3-D cube, use a Crayola® Fine Line Marker to draw a rectangle on paper.
Draw a second rectangle, exactly the same size as the first, which overlaps it. Draw it slightly higher and a bit to the left of the first one.
Use short, straight lines to attach each of the four corners of the two rectangles. See a cube emerge!
Use a different pattern or color to decorate each side (plane) of the cube. Can you figure out how to draw other shapes in 3-D?
Let's make something!
Create your own game…to go! Make lightweight checkers and a bandana playing board. Wrap up the checkers and you’re off t
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What's the route you take to school? Find your way by creating a neighborhood map! Include landmarks such as friends' ho
Create note cards with an Art Deco flair! Cool Crayola® Colored Pencils and Gel Markers do the trick!
Why create and play original games? Kids think analytically and improve organization skills!
What's it like to ride a school bus? Sketch your bus shapes and colors. You'll be off to school safely!
Sponge triangles and washable paint make the perfect combo for stamping designs and patterns. Mix colors and shapes, tip
Hop on giant numbers for some "add"itional fun with Crayola Sidewalk Paint.
Puzzle pathways lead to creative thinking. A-MAZing activities help kids see that the fun in reaching goals is the plann