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Children can make anything into a game, which is why learning can be fun. Find out about your children's hopes, dreams, and thoughts about the future as they make and play this game.
Cut a small cardboard square from a recycled cereal box or recycled file folder with Crayola® Scissors.
On 6 squares, use Crayola Washable Markers and Colored Pencils to draw 6 different things that you might want to be when you grow up. Make them as wonderful or humorous as you like.
On another 6 squares, draw different pictures of where you might like to live such as a castle, on a boat, or on a mountain.
On 6 more squares, draw the people or pets that you might want to live with such as a cat, family member, or someone famous!
On the last 6 squares, draw pictures of how you might get to work. For example, will it be with a bicycle, rocket, roller skates? Make the cards imaginative and invent new forms of transportation!
After you create your squares, make their backs look the same. Make 24 more squares with construction paper all the same kind and color. Cut out the squares and glue them to the backs of the cards with Crayola School Glue.Playing the GameHere's one way
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