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Stuck in traffic? Waiting for a long light? Kids can draw what they see when Crayola® Color Wonder™ is handy!
Bring your Crayola Color Wonder along when you travel. When you are in a traffic jam, waiting at a red light, or halt at a stop sign, draw a building you see from the car window. Sketch as much as you can before you move.
While you ride, add to the building you sketched. Color the building's features.
When you get to the next traffic stop, sketch a building you see there. Draw it next to your first building. Add details as you drive on.
Continue sketching more buildings, adding at least one at each traffic stop. See your Stop-Light City grow across the page. Add a second street of buildings as you go. Close adult supervision is required to assure children's safety.
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