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What a charming way to write a book report! Each illustrated bracelet charm captures a character, an event in the plot, setting, or other detail.
Read a book of your choice. As you read, take notes about the most important characters, key settings, plot and themes, and major events using Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils or Crayola Color Sticks.
To make a charm bracelet book report, trace your hand and wrist on construction paper. Cut it out with Crayola Scissors.
Using construction paper, ribbon, or other craft items, make a charm bracelet.
Draw and cut out as many construction paper charms as you need to tell about your book. Using Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils, Color Sticks, Crayons, or Markers, write words and draw pictures on both sides of each charm to report on your book.
Punch holes in charms and the bracelet. Tie short ribbons through holes to attach charms. Attach the bracelet to your paper wrist using Crayola School Glue.
Print the name of the book and its author on the palm of your hand. Decorate your hand with nail polish, rings, or other ideas.
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