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Encourage higher-thinking skills with a Misty Mountains book. It hits all the high points in physical geography.
Have you noticed that as mountains get higher, the landscape, climate, and wildlife changes? Trees thin out toward the top and, on very high summits, snow and ice remain year-round.
Fold a piece of black construction paper in half to make a book cover. With Crayola® Crayons, draw mountain peaks rising nearly to the top of your book cover. Color in the landscape with tree lines and different layers of rock. Leave the tips, sides, and other areas open to create a snowline.
Spread newspaper over your work area. Use Crayola Paint Brushes to add blue and white Crayola Washable Kid's Paint to create snow-tipped mountains. Mix paints to create snow and shadows. Dry.
Fold several pieces of white paper inside the cover and ask an adult to staple together to form your book.
Let's make something!
Enjoy the perfect blend of art + science by growing your own sparking, colorful crystals overnight!
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Raise awareness in your community about families who are homeless. Your mini-poster can encourage people to make a posit
Build a snow figure, no matter what the weather, with this Crayola® Factory™ feature. The bubble painting technique give
This frosty friend shapes up to be quite a character as kids turn shapes into a snow friend. Children build geometry ski
Recycle your CDs! Create a sparkling fish mobile, complete with fun, fishy tongue twisters to flash in the sun.
Follow this Ribbon Roadway to green pastures, your last vacation, or anywhere your kids' imaginations take them. The mor
Children know a lot about city planning because they're such good observers. Build on their planning and construction sk
Choreograph your own leaf dance with this lively project that creates the illusion of blowing wind!