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What's the grossest thing your kids can imagine? With Oh Gross! they'll build on their silly jokes-and dish up something disgusting!
Think of something really gross. You might start with jokes that make you want to giggle and gag. Or come up with a fun, disgusting idea in your imagination. Dog vomit is a possibility. What did the dog eat? Bones? Hair? Does the dog have worms? Or are maggots crawling in the vomit? You decide!
Use Crayola® Model Magic® to create a model of your gross idea. Is the object chunky or smooth? Are the colors revolting or real? Is the item recognizable or not? Go for gross!
Select craft items that add realism to your creation. You might want to add cotton balls, craft feathers, grass, yarn, or anything that adds to the fun. Poke items into the soft Model Magic or glue things on with Crayola School Glue. Dry.
Cover your work surface with recycled newspaper. Paint your creation with Crayola Washable Kid's Paint and Crayola Paint Brushes. Marble or mix paint to get gross, unappealing colors. Dry.
You're set for April Fools' Day or Halloween!
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