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Find interesting shapes around the house and trace them with mess-free Crayola® Color Wonder™. The markers only color on Color Wonder Paper!
Ask an adult for permission to look around your house for recycled or disposable things with interesting shapes. You might try plastic spoons, little boxes, recycled plastic lids, and paper cups or bowls.
Place one item at a time on Crayola Color Wonder Paper. Trace around it with a Crayola Color Wonder Marker. These markers have clear tips and the color magically appears, in seconds, on the paper.
Carefully lift the item to see its outline shape.
Trace other items with different colors. Overlap the outlines for a cool effect. Fill the paper with shapes.
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