Children will learn to identify eight common insects as they add color to the fantastically detailed, boldly outlined images in this collection. Using markers, crayons, paints, or colored pencils, they'll give creeping, crawling life to a blue moth, hornet, mosquito, mite, and other creatures. Displa... read more
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Children will learn to identify eight common insects as they add color to the fantastically detailed, boldly outlined images in this collection. Using markers, crayons, paints, or colored pencils, they'll give creeping, crawling life to a blue moth, hornet, mosquito, mite, and other creatures. Display the finished creations near a source of bright light for incredible stained glass effects!
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