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Music inspires creativity. Play or sing a favorite song while children draw a scene to illustrate what they hear.
Pick a song you know well and that brings to mind a picture, such as "Old MacDonald" or "Row, Row." Sing along with a recording or sing by yourself from memory.
Sketch pictures of things you heard about in the song with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils on white paper.
Repeat the song several times. Add objects to your drawing that you think should be there. For example, Old MacDonald's farm probably had a barn, although it's not mentioned in the song.
Add details to your drawing with Crayola Washable Markers and Washable Crayons.
Let's make something!
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