Add To Favorites
Add to the anticipation of your family’s Christmas season by creating this unique, personalized Advent Calendar. Reveal hidden surprises each day in December.
On Crayola Color Wonder™ Paper, design a simple background for your calendar with Color Wonder Paint. You might make a Christmas tree, wreath, or holiday stocking. Air-dry the paint. Glue your background to posterboard or recycled cardboard.
There are 25 doors to open during Advent, starting on December 1. Cut 25 doors out of Color Wonder Paper. With Color Wonder Markers, write the numerals from 1 to 25 on them.
Glue just a little bit of one edge of your doors to the calendar. Put the doors any place you like on your background.
Make 25 surprises to hide under your shapes. Cut out 25 more pieces of Color Wonder Paper, each a little smaller than your doors. With a white Crayola Crayon, draw tiny holiday designs, such as mittens, stars, or ribbons on them. Glue the surprises under
Make sure all the doors are closed. Starting on December 1, open the door for each day’s numeral. Use a Color Wonder Marker to reveal the surprise you drew in crayon.
Let's make something!
Create your own fun games using Model Magic® and colorful plastic eggs! Start with these ideas and then invent original
Add To Favorites
Make Thanksgiving a fun feast by playing games with crafty napkin rings and keepsake frames you create yourself! Invite
Pack some fun for your next gathering of family and friends. Imaginations run wild with everyday picnic supplies and you
Quick! Easy! Family fun! Make your own dominoes and play all fall.
Create board games with Crayola® Washable Markers on a paper tablecloth. It's picnic decorations and entertainment rolle
Channel kids' pre-party excitement into making Birthday Candle Bowling. Design the game along with them to show your ent
Here's a new twist on Musical Chairs! Kids draw pictures while they play this favorite party game.
Looking for a fun activity for Halloween, Mardi Gras, or the New Year? Kids can make noisemakers ahead of time to give a
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.
Visit us »