Color Your Own Cross Fuzzy Pictures
Easy craft for 1st/2nd graders. They loved it!
May 2, 2011
Used these with my VBS preschool class. Would recommend using them with markers instead of crayons. We also outlined the cross with glitter glue. The kids enjoyed it and so did the parents. Highly recommend for all age groups, even young kids. My group was aged 4-5 and they handled the project fine.
July 20, 2009
fuzzy cross color puzzle
this was given to the children during Children's Sermon at church. They loved it!
February 27, 2014
Color your cross fuzzy pictures will be enjoyed by children
Our Sunday School class students have a great variety of ability, skill and talent in various activities. Yet, every student is proud of his or her own output in these individual activities
November 12, 2013
These are soo nice! The fuzzy felt parts are dark black, the lines as well. I got crayons and will entertain some kids at a corner table at a 50th wedding anniversary. They're pretty big, so I think crayons are the way to go. No running dry markers or marker lines. They will be soo pretty!
March 6, 2012
Nice craft for toddlers
This was purchased for Easter goody bags for toddlers and they all loved it. Markers work better with this than crayons. But a good project for the little ones.
October 13, 2011
My church kids loved this! It is great for all ages, I ordered these for one age group, but everyone loved them so I had to order more.
April 21, 2011
Left children with a great sense of accomplishment!!
With fine motor skills not always top notch with 3 year olds this project left the entire class feeling as though they were the best colorers on the planet. Each area was contained by the "felt" outlines and even when your marker went out of the lines it looked like you ment for it to look that way. Fun way to spend our craft time together. Lots of laughter and smiling faces when we did this craft.
March 26, 2011
I have really enjoyed using the crosses for the children that I work with in Children's Church. The kids really enjoyed coloring the crosses with any colors that they wanted to use. I have really enjoyed every craft that I have purchased.
September 3, 2010
Great for Sunday school!
I used these with my 3rd grade CCD class and they loved them! They definitely look better using markers than crayons. My only wish is that they also somehow became transparent after they were colored, but they still look very nice when they are completed.
March 23, 2010