ROARRR! PURRR! GROWL! Is your big cat on the prowl for prey—or ready to lazily soak up the sun?
Use different colors to make any kind of Big Cat. Here’s how to make a lion. Decorate a large paper plate with Crayola® Multicultural and regular crayons. Overlap golds, yellows, and browns to create a realistic lion’s coat.
Decorate a small paper plate to look like a lion’s head. Show a snout, mouth, and eyes.
Tear paper into triangles for ears. Color the inside of each ear a darker color. Attach the ears to the smaller plate with Crayola School Glue. Glue the head to the body.
Tear legs and a tail from construction paper. Decorate and glue them to the cat. Glue on precut yarn for a furry lion’s mane. Air-dry the glue.
Penguins are cool, even on hot summer days! You're off on an imaginary trip to the Southern Hemisphere when you create t
Stand back! W-a-y back! Real porcupine quills can prick! Will your critter be friendly or fierce?
Oceans, lakes, and rivers are all filled with an amazing variety of fish. Create a whole school of creatures with coffee
Bubble, bubble! This simple printing technique goes along swimmingly when you use recycled bubble wrap.
Dioramas are creative and appealing ways for kids to express their ideas and apply their knowledge. Developing three-dim
Encourage imaginations and empathy for living things large and small. Whales intrigue humans because both species are wa
This whale of an art project is the perfect way to blow creative steam. Kids make waves and spout off cool facts on mari
This early modeling project gives young children a feel for the power of plasticity. Everyone can be a successful sculpt
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