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Crayon penguins dive into a watercolor sea. They also hop, jump, slide, and swim. Make your own fascinating scene from the Southern Hemisphere!
Penguins are birds. They do their flying through water, flapping their short, paddle-like flippers. These birds can swim faster than 25 mph (40 kph). By diving, penguins are able to go deeper under water than any other birds. Some go as far down as 1500 ft (450 m). Learn more about these amazing creatures that live in the Southern Hemisphere.
Some penguins live in quite warm waters and others live where it's cold. All hop, jump, slide, dive, and swim! Watch them at a zoo near you if you can.
Draw your black and white penguins with Crayola® Crayons. There are at least 17 different species, so show your favorites. Make each one in a different pose.
Cover your art area with newspaper. With Crayola Washable Watercolors and Watercolor Brushes, add water and ice formations like those in Antarctica. Blend and mix colors with water to create a backdrop for your penguins' aquatic antics. The crayon wax wil
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Shine a beacon on lighthouses! Explore Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia, or other legendary lighthouses. Then make your own a
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Create lively desert scenes with Crayola® Color Wonder™. Kids' hands and fingers double as printing stamps—and stay mess
Your children will leap into this life-size frog and dragonfly project. Make an even bigger splash by planning a family
What lives in the parched, mysterious desert? Create a 3-D textured picture of desert plants and animals.
What’s climbing out of the dark, oozing swamp with its jaws wide open? Watch out for a ‘gator or two! Sculpt a scene tha
Explore pond life! These amazing watery habitats are teaming with creatures. What plants and animals can you find?
Bubble, bubble! This simple printing technique goes along swimmingly when you use recycled bubble wrap.
Kids delight in getting bogged down with this cranberry harvest scene! Sip on cranberry juice as you show how these beau
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