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Draw what you see when you look out your window, then trick your family and friends by displaying it in the same window.
Decide in which window you will hang your inside-out picture. Notice what the sill looks like. What do you see when you look out of the window?
With a Crayola® Color Explosion™ paper and a color-reveal marker, outline a window to fill your sheet. Use a ruler to make straight lines for a window sill. Add pane dividers if your window has them.
Draw indoor details such as plants or curtains. What’s outside? Draw the landscape or street. Include small details to make your picture look more real.
Use rolled pieces of clear adhesive tape to display your art in the window you drew. Make sure it’s securely closed first. Have fun listening to comments as people try to figure out what you did!
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Use Crayola® ReStick ‘Ems™ Letters and Numbers to encourage people in your town, city or community to improve your envir
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Croak! Kerplop! Bzzz! When you draw pond life on wet paper, creatures seem to come to life right before your eyes.
Create a vibrant paper version of a traditional craft from the Cuna Indians, who live on islands in the Caribbean.
A favorite stuffed animal is the perfect model for that first sculpture! These teddy bears are soft and simple.
What lives in the parched, mysterious desert? Create a 3-D textured picture of desert plants and animals.
Play your favorite outdoor games with Sock Worm Beanbags you make yourself using Crayola Fabric Markers, old socks, and
Imaginations take a walk on the wild side when you create your own rainforest.
Encourage imaginations and empathy for living things large and small. Whales intrigue humans because both species are wa