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Measurement and cooking meet creativity with these illustrated recipes for cookies.
Read several recipes for cookies, baked or unbaked. Compare ingredients. Make different versions of the same cookie. Find out how ingredients affect cookie taste, texture, and shape.
Imagine what your favorite cookie recipe might contain. On a large index card (dictated on story paper for younger children and special needs students), print the name of your cookie recipe with Crayola® Colored Pencils. List ingredients and their amounts to create exactly the kind of cookie you want.
Draw a picture of each ingredient next to the list with Crayola Crayons, Multicultural Crayons, and Colored Pencils.
Draw a picture of the finished cookie on the other side of your recipe.
To practice measurement, make the cookies and taste test the recipes. Make a chart of favorites and reasons.
Porcelain clay has been used to create delicate, beautiful works of art for centuries. Create miniature gift sculptures
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Create looks-like stained glass greeting cards using traditional or contemporary images. Handmade cards are always appre
Flip up a flap of this calendar to reveal a random act of kindness. Lend a hand to your family, friends, and neighbors.
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Decorate colored pencils for the winter holidays with fun Crayola Model Magic® toppers! They make great party favors and
Crayola® Model Magic snowmen demonstrate your understanding of the different physical forms of water.
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.
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