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Kids are delighted when they try to find fish in these melted crayon crafts.
What are your favorite fish to watch, catch, or eat? Find out about their sizes, body parts (head, fins, tail), colors, habits, and other characteristics.
Remove paper wrappers from Crayola® Crayons. Place crayons in a zipper lock food storage bag and crush with your shoe. Or use a pencil sharpener to shave crayons.
Close adult supervision is required to ensure safety. Choose a place to iron that is well ventilated. Cover the ironing area with a bed of recycled newspaper. Spread crayon pieces between two pieces of wax paper. Place a piece of white paper on top. Ask an adult to use a cool iron to melt the crayons. Let Cool.
Can you find a fish design in the melted wax? With more crayons, draw a fish on the waxed paper. Cut out your fish with Crayola Scissors. Hang it where light can show through like stained glass.
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