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Fun pops up all over the place when kids create their own version of a timeless toy. Kids learn the ups and down of movement as they think outside the box.
With Crayola® Scissors cut construction paper to cover the sides of a recycled square tissue box. Glue paper on the box with Crayola School Glue. Dry.
Decorate the box with Crayola® Markers and Crayola Crayons.
Cut a long, narrow strip of thin cardboard or recycled file folder. This character strip should be quite a bit longer than the tissue box so you can slide it down and up to pop out.
On the cardboard strip, draw a Jack-in-the-box or any other character with Crayola Colored Pencils.
Ask an adult to cut a slit in the bottom of the tissue box. Slide your Jack up and down through the top and bottom openings.
Let's make something!
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Encourage your younger shining stars to learn their names. Older ones use the bright name plates as personalized bedroom
Make a statement in your own space! Hang this handsome name-chain on your door, locker, desk, or anywhere you keep your
These pretend tools promote hands-on learning! Kids build thinking skills, fine motor coordination, and imaginations as
Welcome in the fall season with this beautiful, handmade wood plaque! Just a touch of Crayola® Model Magic®, Paint, and
Ready to dress up like a ranch hand? Make your own cowpoke "leather" vest with "silver" rosettes and spin a yarn or two.
Keep cool while you experiment with watercolors! Hang your wet and wonderful windsock indoors to blow in a breeze.
Celebrate one of childhood's most-anticipated milestones! Kids' smiles brighten when they make this charming keepsake bo