In just a few quick steps, customize your own box of Crayola Crayons, create an Art Case, or draw your own Stuffed Animal. It's easy and fun!
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Long and short. Wavy and zigzag. Straight and curved. Wide and narrow. How many kinds of lines can you draw? Lots!
Lines come in a variety of shapes and sizes! Here's a chance to try to make as many different kinds of lines as you can.
Fold a large plain paper into several sections, accordion-style.
With Crayola® Kid's First® Washable Markers, draw a line across the folds.
In each section, draw a different kind of line. Choose different colors, widths, and directions. Make as many different kinds of lines as you can think of.
Let's make something!
Pixels! On computers and digital photos you don’t want to see them. With this lots-of-dots project, you create them---wi
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Children dive into this easy but fun ripple project without splashing a drop of water. They create an eye-catching pictu
Challenge children to create a picture using only one shape. Watch their brains and artwork get into shape as they think
Combine stacks of your favorite colors for some eye-popping art.
Art builds children's confidence and coordination. With these no-sew quilts kids discover the importance of patterns, co
Babies love colors and patterns. Catch their attention with this fascinating accordion-folded book for lots of fun toget
With Crayola® Slick Stix™ intense colors go on as smoothly as a butterfly fluttering in the breeze! Imagine how cool you
Experiment with dramatic geometric shapes! Create cool patterns with Crayola Twistables® Slick Stix™ super-bright colors