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Rocking rocketry is possible with versatile Crayola Model Magic® modeling compound. Its glittery surface gives your imagination an extra blast-off.
Propulsion, guidance systems, thermal protection, and many other scientific considerations go into the design and construction of rocket ships used for space travel. Use your imagination as you create your rocket to the stars! These are just a few suggestions to get you started.
Cut a recycled cardboard tube the length of the main body of your space rocket with Crayola Scissors.
Use Crayola Model Magic® compound to build up the rocket around this armature. Layer the modeling material in a sleek shape designed for space travel.
In a contrasting color, form the rocket’s tip and tail. Roll out a small amount of compound and cut them with Crayola Scissors into thin, streamlined stabilizing fins.
Add an observation window and maybe some portholes along the side of the ship. Model Magic® dries to the touch overnight and dries completely in 2 to 3 days.
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Please touch! Fruits and veggies have such interesting skin textures. Create colorful rubbings with Crayola® Large Washa
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How tall are you? Find a friend to help, and trace around each other. Then color yourselves (or each other) in memorable
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