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African proverbs are often witty, down-to-earth sayings. Choose your favorite one to illustrate with a 3-D rainbow of colors.
Choose an African proverb that speaks to you. Here are a few possibilities: Anticipate the good so that you may enjoy it. A friend is someone you share the path with. Who has shoes does not fear thorns. A master drummer must have seven eyes. The friends of our friends are our friends.
What does your favorite proverb mean? Figure out how to show it in a picture. With Crayola Rainbow Twistables® and Washable Markers, draw a background on paper.
What person, thing, or animal stands out in your proverb? Make it with white Crayola Model Magic. Rub color from a Crayola Washable Marker into model magic and knead it. This will create different colors of model magic
Attach the Model Magic to the background with Crayola School Glue. This art technique is called bas-relief, because the image is raised just a little!
On separate paper, write the proverb. Cut it out with Crayola Scissors. Glue it on your picture.
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Do you like to fish? Make a 3-D triarama of your favorite fishing spot.
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