Catch indoor breezes with a colorful windsock! Whether you’re learning about Japan, weather, or aviation, Crayola® Twistables™ give windsocks a new twist.
We call moving air the wind. You cannot see wind but you know the air is moving when your windsock twists and turns or you see clouds scurry across the sky. Find out about windy weather and how windsocks began. Learn how they are used in aviation.
To make a colorful indoor windsock, use Crayola Twistables and your imagination to decorate one sheet of paper for the top. Highlight details with Crayola Glitter Glue. Air-dry your windsock.
To form streamers, color another piece of paper with Twistables. With Crayola Scissors, cut long strips, leaving them connected at one end. Decorate the strips with Glitter Glue and air-dry them, too.
Run a line of Crayola School Glue along the connected end of the streamers. Press it to the bottom of your windsock. Air-dry the glue.
Glue the open paper edges to form your windsock. Air-dry it.
Punch two holes at the top of the windsock. Run ribbon, string, or yarn through the openings. Tie together to hang your windsock to catch indoor breezes.
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