Is that Rudolph prancing on your roof? After your family reads and sings about him, create a herd of reindeer to decorate your tree or holiday packages.
Cover your work area with recycled newspaper. Cut brown chenille sticks in half using Crayola® Scissors. Wrap pieces around hairpins to form reindeer antlers. Lay forms flat on a recycled plastic container lid.
Pour Crayola School Glue into a small paper cup. Add a few drops of brown Crayola Washable Kid's Paint and mix thoroughly. Pour the mixture inside hairpins to form reindeer heads. Dry.
Pour glue (without paint) between the antlers. Dry. Add a second coat of glue if needed. Dry. Gently lift reindeer off the plastic lid.
Using Crayola Washable Supertips Fine Line Markers, draw lines for antlers and eyes. Cut red construction paper for Rudolph's nose and glue on. Add ribbon or yarn to hang.
Is that Rudolph prancing on your roof? After your family reads and sings about him, create a herd of reindeer to decorat
Sport your team colors. Show your manly style with wristbands that are punched with texture. Best of all, they’re fun to
Keep your colored pencils, markers, and other cool stuff organized in this beneath-the-earth storage container.
Open a window on kids' creativity with imitation stained glass. Children boost their brain skills as they visualize, pla
Constellations have universal appeal! With Starry Names, kids see themselves in their rendition of a starry night sky.
Fill your fingers with pigs, ducks, roosters, cows—whatever barnyard animal puppets you create!
This Crayola® Crayon pyramid is more colorful than Cleopatra's life. Explore art and architecture ideas such as form and
What kinds of interesting life forms exist beyond the stars? Use your imagination to bring extra-terrestrial visions to
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.