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This hand-made folder is a brainchild for budding inventors. Inspire kids to think great thoughts and gather information with this clever organizer.
Create a folder to hold your ideas by folding flap up from the bottom of a large piece of construction paper. Then fold the paper lengthwise in half to make a folder with a pocket to store your ideas and drawings.
To make a printing plate to decorate your folder cover, scratch an invention symbol into a recycled foam produce tray with a craft stick or plastic dinnerware. Draw backwards so your design or words will print properly. Cover your work area with recycled newspaper.
Pour Crayola® Washable Kid's Paint onto the printing plate and spread with the craft stick. Press the folder cover onto the paint to print the design. Dry.
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Write about and illustrate your great ideas. Store them in your Idea Inventors folder.
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