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Make and toss your own flying toy! Go for distance or aim for targets you create yourself. Create several with friends for even more fun!
Cut Crayola Black Color Explosion™ Paper into a square. Fold it diagonally in half (corner to corner). Open it back up and fold the paper diagonally across the other two corners. Open the paper flat. You now have an X folded into the square.
Cut the paper, starting at each corner, along the four fold lines. Stop cutting about a thumb's width away from the center on each line.
Lay the paper white side up. Fold the right-hand corner of each cut triangle to the center. Press the folds flat. Glue corners to the center. Set the glue on top of the corners while they air-dry.
Create wild multicolored effects on the black side using the Black Color Explosion™ Marker. Every mark reveals surprising colors! Add dazzling details to your Wheelie Flyer design with Crayola Glitter Glue. Air-dry the glue.
With a flick of your wrist, toss your flier! It will take flight in its own wild wheelie orbital pattern. Send one flying to achieve your greatest distance. Why not create little Color Explosion targets to earn points? Try different sizes and shapes of Wheelie Flyers. Invent games to challenge your friends, too!
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Hold on for a thrilling ride through your children's inventive minds. Kids observe details, evaluate processes, and make
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