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Kids can count on handmade games for holiday entertainment. They learn about how pumpkins grow and figure out game strategies, too!
On cardboard, use Crayola® Washable Markers to create your own board game. Make start and finish spots. You may want to draw a big pumpkin at the beginning or end of the patch. Draw a path and spaces to move along the board. Then draw vines and pumpkins to create a whole patch full of pumpkins.
Use Crayola Scissors to cut paper rectangles for game cards. Draw pumpkins with different faces on each card, or other directions for moving around the board.
Shape Crayola Model Magic into dice. Make dots on the dice with black modeling material. Create game tokens with Model Magic. You might make pumpkins, scare crows, bats, leaves, or other fall images. Dry.
Agree on directions for playing the game, and you're ready to roll!
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Slow down! It's time for a turtle party! Create turtle place-setting tags. Decorate with a table runner that's great for
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Decorate your windows with Mummies and Monsters waiting to greet Trick-or-Treaters this Halloween! Try these Crayola Win
Here's a no-mess jack-o'-lantern! Everyone in the family can use Crayola Model Magic® to design creative pumpkins.
Pack some fun for your next gathering of family and friends. Imaginations run wild with everyday picnic supplies and you
Celebrate Chinese New Year, or explore the country's fascinating art and culture, with this colorful Golden Chinese Drag
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Looking for a fun activity for Halloween, Mardi Gras, or the New Year? Kids can make noisemakers ahead of time to give a
Play your favorite outdoor games with Sock Worm Beanbags you make yourself using Crayola Fabric Markers, old socks, and