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When the new moon is rising, your kids will notice. Drawing the phases of the moon will bring an out-of-this-world experience up close.
To create flaps for your calendar, divide a large sheet of black construction paper into eight strips by lightly drawing horizontal lines with Crayola® Fine Line Markers at even intervals.
Fold the paper in half vertically and crease it. Unfold the paper and cut with Crayola Scissors along the lines up to the middle crease.
Find the names of the eight phases of the moon in an almanac, reference book, or on the Internet. Look for other information about each phase, too.
With a white Crayola gel marker, write the names of the phases of the moon on the outside flaps. With a yellow crayon, draw what the moon looks like at each phase.
Cut rectangular shapes of white paper to fit inside the flaps. Glue these with a Crayola Glue Stick to each inside flap. Write facts about each phase of the moon on the matching inside flap.
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Children will have a ball making these holiday pins! In the blink of an eye, you'll be ready to wear winter greetings.
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March is one of the windiest months of the year. Turn your cool Crayola Color Explosion designs into Wild March Wind Whe
How can you organize your beautiful art? Pizza boxes do the trick! They’re just right for storing paintings, collages, a
Protect kids-and yourself-from the sun with these home-grown garden hats. Summer fun is made in the shade with practical
Why spend thousands of dollars for designer shoes when you can create your own cute replicas with Crayola Model Magic® c
Achoo! When kids make this holiday tissue-box cover, Santa's on hand with a tissue every time someone sneezes!
Capture action in the exciting, extreme sport of snowboarding! Make great snow scenes with Crayola® Gel Markers using po
What a cool gift with sparkling snowflakes! Place your favorite photo in this frame for a perfect present.
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