Summer Art Fun
What's not to love about crayons?! While they are perfect to use on a rainy summer day, crayons can be used in lots of non-traditional ways. Let your little ones help you make Crayon Cookies or Stained Glass Windows from old crayons. Or ask your child to choose their favorite crayon to write or draw a card to a friend or family member -- and walk to the post office box to mail it!
And for those kiddos who just want to know how a crayon is made, check out Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood "How People Make Crayons."
Drew Daywalt & Oliver Jeffers
The Stories Matter
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