What kind of creature can fly and spit fire? What if it had two heads and three tails? Here’s a fun project that lets your imagination soar!
Dragons are imaginary creatures found in many cultural traditions. These animals usually have exaggerated features such as huge wings, tails, or teeth. Often they combine many different animals’ parts. Imagine the body of a snake with the legs of a lion and the head of a lizard.
If you were to create your own dragon, what features would it have? What abilities would it possess? What type of feet? Skin? Where would it live?
With a Crayola Marker, outline your dragon on light-colored construction paper. Use bold lines to express its power.
Add color and details with Crayola Hassle Free Watercolor Paints. Blend colors for shading or to make new colors. Add water if you like for special effects such as an under-the-sea look. Air-dry your painting before you frame it!
What kind of creature can fly and spit fire? What if it had two heads and three tails? Here’s a fun project that lets yo
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A favorite stuffed animal is the perfect model for that first sculpture! These teddy bears are soft and simple.
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What captures your children's imagination when they shop with you? Capture their memories and ideas with this activity.
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.