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It's always fun to go bowling! Make your own tabletop skittles game to play with friends and family.
To make the skittles (small bowling pins), use colored Crayola® Model Magic®. Roll a cylinder for the body of each skittle. Press the end of each cylinder against a flat surface until the cylinder stands upright. Make as many skittles as you want. The original game had nine pins.
To make the skittle heads, choose a contrasting color of Model Magic. Roll a ball of Model Magic for each head. Roll tiny balls and press on each head to make a nose and ears. Add a hat to match each body. Use a wooden toothpick to etch eyes and a mouth. Press each head onto a body. Glue together with Crayola School Glue.
With Crayola Scissors, cut bases for skittles from a recycled cereal box. Glue to each skittle. Dry.
To make a ball for your game, add aquarium gravel to Model Magic. Roll into a ball. Dry 24 hours.
Make a scoring mat, too. Use Crayola Gel Markers to draw numbered spaces for skittles on dark construction paper. Create your own bright designs.
Invite friends and family to play Magic Skittles with you!
Let's make something!
Create complicated brainteasers to stump your friends. Fill pages and pages with a-mazing, colorful lines!
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