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What is your favorite story, song, or poem about mice? Create your own little creatures to tell your tales.
Many cultures have folk stories about mice, such as Aesop’s Fable "The Lion and the Mouse" and the Lakota story of "The Little Mice." One thing these stories usually have in common is the idea that tiny mice work hard. Tell your favorite stories about mice with little creatures you make yourself!
Choose a Model Magic® Naturals color for each mouse’s body. Roll the Model Magic into small ovals. Shape one end into a point.
Use black Model Magic to make tiny eyes and noses. Use bisque to make the mouse’s ears and tail. Air-dry your mice 24 hours.
Use your scampering mice to tell stories or sing mice songs. Why not make more characters in Model Magic, too?
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Listen to the birds sing! Watch them fly away! Keep track of their bright colors and cheerful songs in your very own bir
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