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Who are your favorite astronauts-real or imaginary? Join their adventures with this collage from outer space!
Find some pictures of astronauts---real or pretend. What space suits are they wearing? Why?
Use Crayola® Twistables to draw several space travelers on a recycled brown paper bag. Include all of the items they might need to survive on a far-off planet. Cut out pieces with Crayola Scissors.
Create a planet for your space traveler collage. Cut shapes from several colors of tissue paper.
Cover your art area with newspaper. Mix equal amounts of Crayola School Glue and water with a Crayola Paint Brush. Cover a dark construction paper background with the glue mixture. Attach tissue paper shapes to the damp paper. Smooth the tissue paper in p
Glue your space travelers to the collage background. Use Crayola Glitter Glue to add details such as stars and other planets. Dry.
Create helmets and other space gear with decorative craft materials such as buttons or feathers. Glue on. Dry.
Let's make something!
What do space aliens look like to Earthlings? What do our astronauts look like to Martians? This split-headed puppet is
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Aliens have landed! Use Crayola® Glow Explosion™ to create an extraterrestrial extraordinaire.
How many eyes, legs, and arms do Aliens From Outer Space have? Only you know for sure---so design your make-believe crea
Recycle what's around the house to make a really neat alien! Build something clever, cover it with paper maché, paint, a
The stars are in reach with this sparkling map of your favorite constellations. Capture the brilliance of planets or a m
Seeing stars? Design your favorite constellation in a Crayola Color Explosion™ sky!
What kinds of interesting life forms exist beyond the stars? Use your imagination to bring extra-terrestrial visions to
Create lively desert scenes with Crayola® Color Wonder™. Kids' hands and fingers double as printing stamps—and stay mess