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Celebrate the Chinese Year of the Snake and practice fine motor skills with your children by creating this textured torn-paper serpent.
Look at pictures of snakes in reference books or on the Internet. Notice the patterns of color on their skin.
Gently tear two or more different colors of construction paper into tiny pieces. Children age 4 and older may use Crayola® Scissors to cut paper into small shapes.
On another piece of construction paper, outline a large Slithery Snake shape with Crayola Twistables.
Attach the bits of paper to your snake with a Crayola Glue Stick. Create a pattern of colors. Dry.
Outline skin patterns similar to those of real snakes on your mosaic Slithery Snake in crayon.
With a Crayola Marker, draw your snake's tongue and eyes.
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