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Crayola art resources

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Crayola is perhaps best known for making crayons. But their website has some great resources and ideas to help with your kids creative side. There is ‘fun and games’ where kids can drag and drop elements onto a ‘page’ and then print it out for colouring, as well as other stuff.

However, I want to specifically concentrate on two zones, namely ‘for educators’ and ‘for parents’.

The ‘for eductors’ has lesson plans via a search option to enable structured art working. I particularly found the Art Tips and Techniques section in Resources useful.

And ‘for parents’ there are lists of arts and crafts you can try out with your children; colouring activities to do, wordsearches, cursive writing practise sheets to print off, and lots more.

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The site is well worth a visit, either the US site (.com) or other countries, including the UK site (.co.uk).

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  1. When I was a kid,one of the best presents I could have gotten was a fresh, unopened box of crayons – especially the big box. I loved having sharp points because it helped being able to stay within the lines!
    Just the color variety alone in the big box was like
    “Christmas!”

    slgreatsuccess

    September 10, 2009 at 10:44 pm


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