Peer through the window panes! What's the weather? Kids use Color Wonder™ Markers and Paper to draw a window on the weather. The best part is it's mess-free!
To make your Weather Window, tear a 1-inch (5 cm) strip from the long edge of a piece of Color Wonder™ Paper. Tear another 1-inch (2.5 cm) strip from the short edge of the same paper. Place strips across the paper to form window panes. Tape the ends of the strips to the back of the paper.
What kind of weather do you see out of your window? What kind of weather do you wish you could see? Draw a weather scene on your paper, marking right over the strips. Add lots of details to the sky, trees, and buildings. Draw people's clothes to show the weather, too.
When your drawing is finished, pull the strips away to reveal window panes.
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