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Young children delight in making these torn-paper petals. There's no mess with Crayola® Color Wonder™ Markers and Paper.
With a grown-up, look at some beautiful flowers outdoors. Find pictures of them in seed catalogs. Where are the stems, leaves, and flower petals? Remember the flowers' beautiful colors when you make your own Paper Petals.
Color one sheet of Crayola Color Wonder Paper with green Color Wonder Markers for your flower stems and leaves. Color other sheets in bright flower colors.
Tear your colored papers into small pieces. Make several shapes and sizes.
On another sheet of Color Wonder Paper, arrange your colored paper bits into blooming flowers. Add stems and leaves to your mosaic.
Attach your flowers to the background paper with a Crayola Glue Stick. Overlap some of your Paper Petals to get a 3-D flower effect. Draw designs around the flower or write your name if you like.
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Separate layers of corrugated cardboard to make an a-peeling floral bouquet! Crayola® Gel Markers lend color and dimensi
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Who's a bug watcher? There are so many fascinating insects and arachnids to discover! Create several Crawling Creatures
Stomp around your room with Monster or Animal feet. Color your favorite type of feet on your socks and have fun!
Play your favorite outdoor games with Sock Worm Beanbags you make yourself using Crayola Fabric Markers, old socks, and
What’s climbing out of the dark, oozing swamp with its jaws wide open? Watch out for a ‘gator or two! Sculpt a scene tha
Imaginations take a walk on the wild side when you create your own rainforest.
The sky's the limit with this mobile. Create fine-feathered friends to hang around-all year long!
Create lively desert scenes with Crayola® Color Wonder™. Kids' hands and fingers double as printing stamps—and stay mess