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Follow this Ribbon Roadway to green pastures, your last vacation, or anywhere your kids' imaginations take them. The more details the better.
Arrange wide ribbon on green construction paper to resemble a winding road. Cut ribbon with Crayola® Scissors and attach it with a Crayola Glue Stick.
Using Crayola Washable Markers and Crayola Crayons, draw scenes and signs along your road. Imagine a rural area with barns and horses, buildings in another country, or use snapshots or travel brochures to design accurate scenery for a place you've never been. For more challenging fun, look up geographic areas and design accurate scenery in a place you've never been.
Crayola Glitter Glue is a good way to add highlights. Draw a center line down the middle of the road or outline drawings.
Add props such as small plastic cars, animals, and trees. Place your Ribbon Roadway on cardboard so you can enjoy hours of creative fun.
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