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Melted Crayon Art With Rocks

To start this craft collect some rocks!
Then wash them off and place them on a baking sheet.
Bake the rocks at 350 degrees for about 15mins.
Once done cooking place ur rocks on newspaper or a old towel.
Rememeber these rocks are very hot!!
Now use crayons color the rocks.
(we peeled the crayons to make it easier)
Once done let them cool and ur rock art is complete!!

note- I did this with my almost 4 year old with no problems. At the end my 2 1/2 year old came out and right away tried to touch the rocks, after a reminder that the rocks are very hot he walked away and started playing with toys. So anyway just be careful.

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