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.
Unleash your creativity with a blizzard of snowflakes, great for decorating the classroom or house.
Special springtime greetings with a personal touch! Use your fingerprint to paint bunnies and chicks on these cute cards
Get your fingers buzzing when you create this playful fingerprint painting! Use Crayola® Washable Watercolours to stamp
It's a snap! Make bright bag clips, merry memo holders, or magnificent magnets with clothespins.
Get creative with cotton swabs and Crayola Watercolors in this simple, yet impressive, painting project!
We all doodle on paper but have you ever doodled on an egg? Crayola® Glitter Markers make plastic eggs shine with your c
Design a beautiful, bold Bird Mask with Crayola Markers! Put on a show with friends or use as a unique, creative costume
Spend quality family time talking about family and creating your own family tree to display in your home or give as a gi
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