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This jungle is jumping! Jump along with friends and imaginary wildlife to make a colorful torn-paper collage.
Monkeys, snakes, exotic birds, people, and big cats—you’ll find them all in the jungle, hiding and hunting among lush plants and trees. Ask a grown-up to help you find rainforests on a world map, such as in Central and South America.
Color and tear your jungle. Using Crayola® Markers and Multicultural Washable Markers, fill large areas of paper with color. Tear pieces out of each color, ripping shapes that you need to make your jungle scene come alive. Tear rough tree trunks and glistening green palm leaves. Rip up shapes for colorful parrot feathers and flower petals. Tear long tiger tails and curl them around a marker. Why not exchange ideas with other kids?
Glue your collage. Attach each colorful shape with a Crayola Glue Stick. Overlap pieces. Let vines trail over the edge. Fold or curl the long arms and legs of monkeys to make them look like they’re moving.
Share the scene. Who loves plants, people, and wild animals? Share your collage with a grandparent, neighbor, or best friend. Tell them how you made your Jumpin’ Jungle.
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Create this intriguing bat cave for a Halloween decoration. It's also a great way to introduce children to bats as well
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