Catapult kids to the time of knights and chivalry as they create an imaginary castle! Start the royal treatment by reading Nora's Castle or fairy tales.
With Crayola® Scissors, snip off the top of a large sheet of construction paper so it looks like a palace or castle.
With Crayola Construction Paper Crayons, draw several windows, doors, and other architectural features.
Cut hinged windows or doors--leave one side attached so you can open and close them. An adult may need to help you get started.
Cut pieces of more construction paper a little bigger than your window and door openings. Draw a scene on each one. Think about what might be happening inside the palace. Is the princess looking out her window? Is a knight getting ready to defend the cast
Place the palace drawing face down with the windows and doors closed. Glue around the outside edges of each door and window with a Crayola Glue Stick. Place the scenes face down on the glue. When the doors and windows are opened from the other side, your scenes will appear.
Finish decorating your castle with Crayola Glitter Glue. Dry.
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