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Transform paper into a lush, leafy, green, 3-D environment for your favorite dinosaurs. What an impressive school project!
Find a box that is just the right size for your Dinosaur Diorama. Use Crayola Scissors to cut out lots of fringe, irregular leaf and tree shapes, and interior holes in different colors of construction paper. Herbivores eat a lot of plants so make plenty of foliage.
Use Crayola Glue Sticks to attach your leafy cutouts inside the box in layers. Make sure some pieces hang loose from the top and sides for a true 3-D effect. Glue some shapes standing up from bottom.
With Crayola Washable Markers and Twistables® Crayons, create your dinosaurs on more construction paper. Use scissors to cut small holes in their bodies and layer construction paper colors. Glue together.
Cut out the dinosaurs. Glue them in place. For school projects, add labels, write reports, and make your assignment memorable.
Let's make something!
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