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|Crayons And Markers|
How are crayons made? What are the eight main colors of crayons and markers?
The two basic ingredients for a crayon are:
- Paraffin wax, stored in heated 17,000 gallon tanks
The mixture is heated until it melts into a liquid. The liquid is poured into a preheated mold full of hundreds of crayon-shaped holes. Cool water is used to cool the mold, allowing the crayon to be made in 3 to 9 minutes.
See video - How Crayola crayons are made
What are crayons made of?
What happens if a crayon gets hot?
It will melt.
Name a boy who had a coat of many colors.
Draw or color a picture of Joseph and his coat.
Draw or color a picture with markers.
Why do markers need a cap?
Because they are made of alcohol and they wiil dry out without a cap.
Where should you use markers? Where should you not use markers?
Markers should be used to color pictures and on paper and they should not be used on your skin or on the walls or floor.
Make a folder for your pictures and decorate the front with markers or crayons.
Draw or color two of the following with markers or crayons
animal or birds
Jesus and the children
In First Palette you will fine a copy of a 
Know nine colors.
If you’re wearing RED, Put your hands on your head.
If ORANGE is what you wear, Then touch your hair.
If you’re wearing BLACK, Then touch your back.
If you’re wearing WHITE, Squeeze your hands real tight.
If you’re wearing BROWN, Touch the ground.
If you’re wearing PURPLE, Say, “Murple gurple.”
If you’re wearing GREEN, Wash your hands real clean.
If you’re wearing YELLOW, Wave to your fellow.
If you’re wearing BLUE, Put your hands on your shoe.
You’re all looking mighty fine, And that’s the end of the color rhyme.
If you’re wearing PINK, Then think and think.
If you’re wearing GRAY, Have a nice day.