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Young castaways will maroon themselves on their own island - deserted or not! Dream up exotic adventures with this idea from The Crayola FACTORY®.
What kind of island would you like to create? Do you prefer palm trees and tropical fruit, thatch huts, fishing villages, volcanoes, beaches for surfing, or snow and ice floes?
Shape a large piece of white Crayola Model Magic for the base of your island. Blend Crayola Washable Marker colors into the white Model Magic to create the island's soil or sand (unless it is all white beaches or an ice floe). Apply the marker color and then knead the Model Magic to blend colors.
Choose marker colors to blend in the Model Magic for trees, hotels, or volcanoes-whatever you picture in your imagination. After you have the color you want, shape the Model Magic into the plants, buildings, and landforms on your island. Firmly press Model Magic seams together. Press shapes firmly into the island's base. Dry.
Use your island as a setting for adventures and stories that you create or as a decoration for your desk or room!
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