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Are you ready to make your own Whirly Curly Snake? With a paper plate, trace a circle on paper using Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils. You could even use a thin paper plate to make your snake.
Draw a snake's head at the center of the circle. From the head, draw a continuous line, going farther and farther to the outside, until you reach the edge of your circle. Draw eyes on the snake's head. Color its body a solid shade.
Use your imagination to erase shapes on the snake's back. You could make diamonds, circles, or other patterns. Create zig-zag lines or even stripes. Use your colored pencils to add accent colors where you erased. Outline the designs so they stand out even
Cut out the snake with Crayola Scissors. Just follow the circular line from tail to head.
Punch a hole in your snake's head. Run yarn through the hole to hang up your snake. Watch your Whirly Curly Snake twist and spin when you blow on it!
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