Create your custom Crayola product in just minutes. Visit the Crayola My Way factory to get started now. Tip the crayon will guide you through each simple step!
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What would your favorite teddy bear wear if it could dress up? Here’s your chance to put on fancy or funny clothes!
Throw a teddy bear party. Ask your friends (and their teddy bears) to a Teddy Bear Party. Read books about teddy bears’ adventures. Tell about your bear’s origin and favorite activities. With your friends, arrange your bears from smallest to largest. Dance with your bears to "Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, Turn Around." Have a teddy bear picnic.
Draw your bear. With Crayola® Construction Paper™ Crayons and Multicultural Crayons, draw and color your bear on paper. Look at the shapes and sizes of its head, body, arms, and legs. Tear out your bear. Glue it to more construction paper with Crayola Glue Sticks.
Dress your bear. Decorate construction paper scraps to make clothes. Tear paper into shirts, pants, dresses, skirts, hats, and even shoes. Glue clothes to the bears if you wish, or make several outfits. Now tell your friends about a new adventure with your bear.
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Making their own toucan mascot reminds kids "you too can" do it. Children build confidence and self-esteem with the tool
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Make a statement in your own space! Hang this handsome name-chain on your door, locker, desk, or anywhere you keep your
Encourage your younger shining stars to learn their names. Older ones use the bright name plates as personalized bedroom
Shading, highlights, textures, and stripes! Furry woodland creatures come to life with Crayola Twistables® and Erasable
Ride that wave! Paddle a kayak! Keep that summer feeling alive with an action-packed vacation diary.
Wiz kids stretch their language skills with this fun and friendly wizard. Kids make their own wizard and magic wand to i
Change a recycled box into a robot with folded paper arms. Toddlers love this hands-on project, which is a cinch with Cr
Kids are always in motion, so naturally their play is active. Children who craft their own action figures exercise both