Willie O’Ree’s story is a heroic tale of courage, perseverance, and love of hockey. Find out why he’s a New Brunswick Sports Hall of Famer.
Willie O’Ree broke the hockey color barrier in 1958 when he began to play for the Boston Bruins. Find out more about this first black NHL player and the challenges he overcame to achieve success in his sports career. You’ll be inspired!
To show your admiration, design a poster or sports card about O’Ree. Use Crayola® Twistables™ Colored Pencils to sketch a vivid portrait on a piece of construction paper.
List and illustrate O’Ree’s many achievements. Outline your drawing in bright red maple leaves to symbolize his Canadian background.
Use a Crayola Glue Stick to attach your poster to larger paper as a frame. To make cards, glue your drawing to recycled cardboard from a cereal box. Trade them with friends.
Announce your party in style! Guests know they’ve arrived when you decorate your sidewalk or driveway with a BIG, BOLD,
Follow in the footsteps of Horace Pippin, an African-American painter. He got his start by drawing on doilies with color
Every day is Earth Day when children remind us to celebrate and protect our home sweet home.
Go nuts for donuts by creating colourful coasters to hold your favourite drink!
Welcome spring and Easter with this flowery bonnet that’s wearable! The beautiful blooms on the brim are made out of cof
Holiday trees aren't eggs-actly just for Christmas anymore! Celebrating spring and Easter with an egg tree is a natural
Father's Day is right around the corner. Show Dad he rocks by creating a handmade gift that's also a classic game!
Let your imagination go free with cool lines and designs.
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