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ROARRR! PURRR! GROWL! Is your big cat on the prowl for prey—or ready to lazily soak up the sun?
Use different colors to make any kind of Big Cat. Here’s how to make a lion. Decorate a large paper plate with Crayola® Multicultural and regular crayons. Overlap golds, yellows, and browns to create a realistic lion’s coat.
Decorate a small paper plate to look like a lion’s head. Show a snout, mouth, and eyes.
Tear paper into triangles for ears. Color the inside of each ear a darker color. Attach the ears to the smaller plate with Crayola School Glue. Glue the head to the body.
Tear legs and a tail from construction paper. Decorate and glue them to the cat. Glue on precut yarn for a furry lion’s mane. Air-dry the glue.
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This whale of an art project is the perfect way to blow creative steam. Kids make waves and spout off cool facts on mari
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