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Turn any art into a real stuffed animal! Super easy to order!
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Choreograph your own leaf dance with this lively project that creates the illusion of blowing wind!
Draw leaves on construction paper with Crayola® Markers or Crayons. Or gather fallen leaves from outside and trace them. (Wash hands thoroughly afterward.) Draw veins and other designs on the leaves.
Cut out leaves with Crayola Scissors.
Spread newspaper over your craft area. Dip your finger tips in Crayola Washable Finger Paint. Spread the paint in swirling motions--like the wind--over white construction paper. Wash hands.
While the paint is still wet, place leaves on the paper. Arrange them in different directions so they appear to be blowing in the wind. Leaves stick to the paper when the paint dries.
For more fun: Look at leaf patterns in a science book or collect real leaves. Draw different examples such as maple, beech, and oak. Use red, brown, orange, and yellow paper to make leaves for an autumn scene.
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Get creative with cupcake wrappers! Paint them with bright Crayola Washable Watercolors to create flowers that will live
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Enjoy the perfect blend of art + science by growing your own sparking, colorful crystals overnight!
Whose turn is it to feed the cat? Keep track of pet responsibilities (and all household chores) with this interactive, c
Me-ow! Purr! Curious cats and kittens are SO loveable. Use your imagination to create your own playful cat family.
Can you tell an animal by its spots, dots, or stripes? Use your imagination to invent creatures with interesting pattern
What would your favorite teddy bear wear if it could dress up? Here’s your chance to put on fancy or funny clothes!
Made a bright and bold chart to help keep your family chores organized!
Kids mix and match different animals to make unusual kreatures. Encourage creative thinking by asking questions: What if