Three is a common number in favorite children's tales: the Three Little Pigs, the Three Bears, and Three Billy Goats Gruff. As kids draw with three crayons or markers at a time, they'll enhance their visual awareness, all the while learning about parallel
Pick out three of your favorite colors from your Crayola Crayons or Washable Markers.
Hold all three crayons together. Wrap a rubber band around them. Tape the three crayons together so they won't slip.
Now draw with your color trio. Making swirls and curls is as easy as 1..2..3.
Bright Crayola Color Wonder™ Paint colors are filled with energy. Make no-mess designs that radiate—all with a simple tw
Turn double-sided Crayola Neon Color Explosion® Paper into very cool boxes! Fill your creations with treasures, present
Have fun with your favorite photos! Let only parts of them show through cut-out bubble letters that sum up your party or
Make your own wavy placemat, decoration for your room, or mat for framing a picture with this fun activity.
Turn your leftover craft materials into projects with panache! Recycle bits from previous projects and household items i
Open a window on kids' creativity with imitation stained glass. Children boost their brain skills as they visualize, pla
Decorate a container you would otherwise just throw away—and help save the Earth as well as the mess on your desk.
Jewelry takes on a whole new look with Crayola Neon Color Explosion® Paper and Markers! Will your fashion statement be d
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