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This shining project is perfect for star-struck admirers of the night sky. As children write inspirational verses, watch their creative spirits soar.
Notice how the bright stars show clearly against the black backdrop of the night sky. Why are stars invisible during the day? How have they guided people for centuries? Look at famous paintings of the night, such as Vincent van Gogh's "The Starry Night."
Cover your work area with newspaper. Pour white or yellow Crayola® Washable Kid's Paint into a foam produce tray. Dip a star-shaped cookie cutter or sponge into paint and press firmly but gently onto a large sheet of black construction paper. Dry.
Draw more stars and celestial objects with white or yellow Crayola Metallic FX Crayons. Fold the paper accordion style so it will stand up.
With Crayola Metallic Colored Pencils, write an inspiring poem to go with your celestial art.
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These pleasantly plump pumpkins are perfect for rounding out your fall festivities. Make these for Halloween decorations
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Decorate dozens of pretend cookies! Kids make them with Crayola® Silly Putty® stamps and Crayola Color Wonder.
This recycled grocery bag pulls double duty as an art project and colorful container to collect trash. Everyone pitches
Children love adventures, especially when they create them. Children map out adventures as they make a treasure chest an
Here come smiling faces! With no-mess Crayola® Color Wonder™, fingerprint grins magically appear. The best part is it's
Use shadow and light to fingerprint bright silhouettes. What fun with a friend! And there’s no mess with Crayola Color W
Georgia O'Keeffe's awesome art is a unique vision of natural landscapes and plant life. Encourage your kids to see natur
This finger-painted mobile combines pie-in-the-sky fun with fine-motor and coordination skills building. Move outside an