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Quick! These first-aid kits are easy to decorate and put together. Make several and keep them handy at home and in your car.
You never know when you might need a first-aid kit. Keep one handy wherever you go. Here’s a quick way to decorate a clean, recycled box for your first-aid items.
With Crayola® Scissors, cut construction paper to cover a box with a lid. Attach the paper with a Crayola Glue Stick. On the box, draw and color large bandages and other first aid symbols with Crayola Multicultural and Washable Markers.
Write important phone numbers and safety reminders inside the lid.
ASK AN ADULT to help you place suitable first-aid items in the box.
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