Find out how Bonfire Night is celebrated in England today then use Crayola® Gel Markers to make your own bonfire and fireworks scene.
Research information about Guy Fawkes Day, a British holiday. Why is it observed? Festive night parties, with blazing bonfires, are common during this November 5 holiday celebration. Fireworks flash overhead to symbolize dynamite that could have exploded in 1605 when conspirators set out to destroy the British Parliament.
To create a contemporary Guy Fawkes Night street scene, cut a yellow, orange, and red construction paper bonfire with Crayola Scissors. Cut logs for the bonfire, too. Glue the bonfire to black construction paper with Crayola Glue Sticks. Use Crayola Glitter Glue to add sparks. Dry.
Draw a crowd of people bundled in winter clothes and huddled around the fire using Crayola Gel Markers.
Fill the sky overhead with a colorful fireworks display using your gel markers, and glitter glue.
Find out how Bonfire Night is celebrated in England today then use Crayola® Gel Markers to make your own bonfire and fir
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Students go wild filling Beasty Books and their brains with fun facts and figures about their favorite creatures.
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