Young children need lots of time to figure out how art materials, and their own muscles, work. Encourage their creativity and experimentation!
Wear clothes that can get messy. Cover your work area with recycled newspaper. With Crayola® So Big® Brushes and Crayola Washable Kid's Paints, experiment with different colors and ways to apply paint to paper.
Try different moves with your paint brush--push, drag, twist, and roll it. Spread out the bristles or paint with just the tip. Try using a lot of paint and just a little.
Mix colors in a recycled foam produce tray or on your paper as you paint. What colors can you make? Add different amounts of each color to see how colors change. Dry.
Paint is a great way for all ages to creatively express their ideas and feelings. Explore how paint works, with and with
Use a plastic planter and recyclables found around your house to build your very own castle! You decide what shape it wi
CD cover art can be just as cool or retro as your music! These are so easy to make, you can personalize your entire coll
This book of pocket pages is just waiting to be filled with your souvenirs, photos, notes, and other treasures.
Have fun with your favorite photos! Let only parts of them show through cut-out bubble letters that sum up your party or
Toddlers delight in this card game-from start to finish! Kids design the cards and match the colors all by themselves. W
Turn double-sided Crayola Neon Color Explosion® Paper into very cool boxes! Fill your creations with treasures, present
Young children need lots of time to figure out how art materials, and their own muscles, work. Encourage their creativit
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