What could be more fun than making flashlight shadows with your friends? Make one-of-a-kind, wild patterns and designs for even more flashlight fun!
Use Crayola Scissors to cut out several circles of construction paper to fit into the front of your favorite flashlight. Add a paper handle to each circle if you wish.
Inside the circles, cut out fun shapes such as circles, stars, fish, or flowers. Cut out silly faces, zigzag and spiral patterns, and lots of holes on each shape.
In a darkened room, hold a shape in front of a flashlight. See what happens when you move shapes closer to and farther away from the light. Show shadow picture on the wall, on your hands, or wherever you like for interesting effects!
Kids create all creatures great and small—and in between—with these Easy Animal Cutouts. Line them up two by two for an
Magic is in the air! Dance with the fairies! Share their tales! But don't speak their names. These imaginary creatures i
Kids' imaginations take flight with this kite! Spring decorating's a breeze with quick projects like these!
This is a great way for generations to get to know each other, and learn some new, or traditional, games.
Create your own fun games using Model Magic® and colorful plastic eggs! Start with these ideas and then invent original
Tangle up your fingers! Finger Twist is definitely for dynamic digits! Do you dare try this game with your toes?
What insect is solar powered and tastes with its legs? Find out about a butterfly's life cycle in this colorful game. Ma
How do airplanes stay in the sky? Kids' creativity flies high when they experiment with basic aerodynamics.
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