Fold a brown paper lunch bag in half and cut the open end into a point.
Fold a piece of white paper in half. Trace a large circle, a triangle for the ears and draw a name plate with feet. One the fold line, draw the beak and body. Cut out all the pieces with Crayola® Scissors.
Color all of the cut-out pieces with Crayola Crayons. Use Crayola Broad Lines Washable Markers with Scents to add details.
Glue the eyes, body, feet, ears and beak onto the bag
Use Crayola® Colored Pencils to make a pattern with dots of color (stipple). Combine dots of different colors to mix colors visually.
To create the cross hatching effect, fill in an area with closely-spaced parallel lines. Draw lines across each other. Experiment with line size and style: try thick, thin, jagged, wavy, and bumpy lines.
Cover drawing paper with a sheet of tracing paper and place on top of a thick layer of newspaper. Draw on the tracing paper, pressing firmly to indent lines. Remove the tracing paper. Apply color on drawing paper across these impressed lines and they reappear.
Layer one colored pencil color over another to create a mixed hue.