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Ahoy, mates! Capture the thrill of billowing sails on a breezy summer's day.
Waterways used to be people's highways. Sailing boats carried freight and passengers, engaged in wars, and explored the world. Now in most countries, sailboats are used primarily for pleasure. Can you find places where people still work for their living on sail boats?
Watch a sailboat on water, on video, or on TV. See how sailors balance the power of water and wind to control their sailboats. Imagine how it feels to be blown across the water by the wind!
Sketch an outline of an exciting sailing scene with Crayola® Colored Pencils. Is the water calm or choppy? Are the skies sunny or cloudy? What kind of sailing boats do you see? What shapes and colors are their sails? Are the boats in a regatta or doing work?
Cover your art area with newspaper. Use a Crayola Watercolor Paints and Brushes to fill your ship's sails and create a watery background. Dry.
Let's make something!
How do you stop bullying? These bright paper rings—looped into a chain—highlight kind and respectful ways to treat peopl
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Get on board when it comes to encouraging resourcefulness! Count on cool recycled crafts like this bus bank to save the
This scavenger hunt challenges kids to see ordinary things through the eyes of a being from another planet. Plan ahead f
Tap your hand with a fun Color Wonder™ Paintbrush on large paper! Dab dots of color—the sky’s the limit for this outdoor
Store your colored pencils, markers, and other cool stuff in this wide-eyed extraterrestrial holder.
How tall are you? Find a friend to help, and trace around each other. Then color yourselves (or each other) in memorable
Why create and play original games? Kids think analytically and improve organization skills!
<i>Flat Stanley</i>, a children's book, has sparked a very popular project with children and teachers. Kids send their o