The Yeti is a mythical snow creature that lives in the Himalayas. This creature is an important part of the indigenous folklore and mythology of the region. Learn more about the Yeti and make your own Yawning Yeti sculpture by mixing and sculpting materials found in your kitchen cabinet!
Find step-by-step instructions here!
Large bowl or mixing bowl
Baking tray or clean, hard surface
Toys or child-friendly kitchen utensils such as spoons and cookie cutters (optional)
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