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Spark awareness about monuments and people in your community. Kids create statues to honor their heroes or key events.
What famous statues do you know? Have you visited them or seen photos? Why were they built? What makes them famous? Is there a statue or monument near where you live? Who is portrayed in the statue?
Statues are built for a lot of different reasons. Can you think of a statue that needs to be built? What person, event, or idea deserves a statue?
Think about materials used to build statues. They must withstand a lot of weather. Stone and metals such as bronze are common materials.
Sculpt a statue using white Crayola® Model Magic®. Color the modeling compound with Crayola Washable Markers. Mix the color together just a bit to get a marbleized look. Or mix it up completely for a solid metal effect. Make tiny dots of color for granite
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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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