Indulge your kids' delight at being a little scared. Kids who have fears might sculpt their worst nightmare-and feel less afraid of it in the process.
What makes something scary? Is it how it looks? Its colors? Shape? Sounds? Monsters in frightening stories and myths have features such as lots of heads, pointy horns, clawed feet, barbed tails, sharp fangs, and giant wings. Some monsters are a mix of different creatures combined into one. Let your imagination run wild and create your own scariest monster of all!
Using Crayola® Model Magic®, sculpt your creature. Use white or colored Model Magic. Mix colors that give you goose bumps by blending Model Magic with Crayola Washable Marker colors. Shape your monster body and parts out of the modeling material. The modeling material sticks to itself, so you can easily add pieces such as horns and ragged teeth. Dry.
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