Make this versatile and colorful craft with your little one! 1) Use crayons to color different spots of bright colors on some paper. 2) Color over the area with a black crayon. 3) Cut out a shape. 4) Use the popsicle stick to scratch out the black and reveal the colors underneath. 5) You can also attach the paper shapes to a popsicle stick and encourage your child to tell a story using them as puppets. (Or simply hang as decorations.)
Doesn’t every household have a ton of broken old crayons lying around in their craft rooms, drawers, buckets, boxes? I’m always wondering what to do with those little guys. If you’ve been wondering too, then this post is for you!... Continue Reading →
These beautiful crayon stained glass windows are the perfect fall craft (and the best use for those run-down, left over crayons)! Get the full tutorial here: http://www.ehow.com/how_2362350_make-crayon-stained-glass-windows.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
This is an activity to go with the book, The Crayon Box that Talked by Shane Derolf. The first page is a crayon outline for a student bulletin board. The students color the top and bottom of the crayon their favorite color, and draw a self-portrait in the middle.