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Get your sunglasses ready for the bright colors in the Crayola Neon Color Explosion® system! Draw fun monkeys with curvy arms, legs, and tails, and then make a large chain of chimps!
Use Crayola Colored Pencils to sketch several monkeys with curvy arms, legs, and tails on Crayola Neon Color Explosion® Paper. Design them so they can hook onto each other when you play your game.
Decorate each monkey in a unique style with the Neon Color Explosion Markers. Add all types of lines, dots, and designs to make them interesting. The crazy and classic marker tips make drawing a cinch! Use lots of colors so you can see how neat it is when the colors really POP off the page with bright Neon Color Explosion hues.
Carefully cut out the monkeys. Then decorate the other side of each one, too! How many different looks can you give them?
Use scrap papers to cut out extra mouths, bellies, and ears, for example. Decorate them with neat designs. Glue little bits of cardboard on the backs of these pieces. Attach them on the monkeys to create extra 3-dimensional fun.
Bend the arms, legs, and tails in slightly different directions. Now you’re ready to play with your troop! Try to hook as many monkeys as you can to one you’re holding! Make up your own rules and play with a friend!
When you’re finished playing for the day, the monkeys can hang around your room!
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