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Does biology make you squeamish? Or do you dig dissecting frogs and worms? Make a Model Magic® frog puzzle that’s as realistic or as gross as you can imagine!
Find a diagram that shows the anatomy of a frog. Or rely on your drawings and experiences from biology class. Your Crayola® Model Magic® frog can even be larger-than-life! It won’t smell or feel slimy, either!
Shape a frog with Model Magic. Use plastic dinnerware to "dissect" your frog. Cut out major organs and appendages. Make the pieces fit like a puzzle inside and outside. Air-dry all of your frog parts for at least 24 hours.
Cover your art area with newspaper. Use Crayola Washable Kid’s Paint and Paint Brushes to paint each body part. How realistic (or disgusting) can you make the frog’s colors? Air-dry everything.
Reassemble and dissect your frog as often as you like. It won’t ever hop away!
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