This shining project is perfect for star-struck admirers of the night sky. As children write inspirational verses, watch their creative spirits soar.
Notice how the bright stars show clearly against the black backdrop of the night sky. Why are stars invisible during the day? How have they guided people for centuries? Look at famous paintings of the night, such as Vincent van Gogh's "The Starry Night."
Cover your work area with newspaper. Pour white or yellow Crayola® Washable Kid's Paint into a foam produce tray. Dip a star-shaped cookie cutter or sponge into paint and press firmly but gently onto a large sheet of black construction paper. Dry.
Draw more stars and celestial objects with white or yellow Crayola Metallic FX Crayons. Fold the paper accordion style so it will stand up.
With Crayola Metallic Colored Pencils, write an inspiring poem to go with your celestial art.
This shining project is perfect for star-struck admirers of the night sky. As children write inspirational verses, watch
Design a motorcycle you can ride anytime, anywhere—in your imagination! Make your bike blast off with special effects su
Research your family heritage to find out where they’ve been and how you got to where you are now. Use Crayola® Bright F
Poised to protect, the Rampant Lion cuts a striking figure. Send a magnificent, handcrafted card on St. Andrew’s Day, o
A country’s flag is a banner of national pride. For Scotland, the simple design of a white cross on a blue background is
This scavenger hunt challenges kids to see ordinary things through the eyes of a being from another planet. Plan ahead f
Wear it on a picnic! Hang it in your room! Choose team colors or your favorite hues. Fill your Bandana-Rama with color!
How many eyes, legs, and arms do Aliens From Outer Space have? Only you know for sure---so design your make-believe crea
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