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Subscribe to some great fun by making your own magazine. Turn a new page on literacy skills as your kids' creativity becomes the cover story.
Magazines usually focus on an activity or hobby, such as stamp collecting, crafts,or sports. Create a magazine on a subject that interests you. Make up a name for your publication. Celebrate Make Your Own News Day in September or feature your ideas any day!
Fold several sheets of white paper in half, book-style. With Crayola® Washable Markers, write the name of your magazine at the top of the cover.
Use Crayola Scissors to cut out pictures from recycled magazines. Glue them on your magazine cover with a Crayola Glue Stick.
Write your stories on the inside pages. Draw or cut out more pictures to illustrate them.
Create a table of contents listing what's inside your magazine.
Make copies so family and friends can "subscribe" to your new publication.
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