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Is it a bird? A plane? A butterfly? It’s a Mighty Moth! These delicate creatures will no longer be ignored insects when children take note of their natural beauty.
Everyone loves butterflies, but who loves moths? Did you know that there are eight times more moths in the world than butterflies? These insects share many features. They transform from caterpillars and have six legs, two pairs of wings, big eyes, antennae, and a tongue.
So how can you distinguish between moths and butterflies? Moths don’t have knobs on the ends of their antennae. When at rest, a moth's wings remain open, while a butterfly's wings remain together. Some moths are night flyers, so their bodies are thick and hairy to help them stay warm.
Using Crayola® Fine Line Markers, draw your favorite moths. Can you find some that are bright colored? Or that have intricate wing patterns to help them blend into their surroundings?
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Making their own toucan mascot reminds kids "you too can" do it. Children build confidence and self-esteem with the tool
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Shading, highlights, textures, and stripes! Furry woodland creatures come to life with Crayola Twistables® and Erasable
Store your colored pencils, markers, and other cool stuff in this wide-eyed extraterrestrial holder.
What’s more fascinating than extraterrestrial life? Your own flying saucers, planets, and outer-space creatures – that’s
What do space aliens look like to Earthlings? What do our astronauts look like to Martians? This split-headed puppet is
Kids are always in motion, so naturally their play is active. Children who craft their own action figures exercise both
Who just landed from outer space? What happened when they met Earthlings? Make your own puppets and stage a show!
The season of Advent is a time to prepare for Christmas. Kids can use this placemat as they count down the days!