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What's inside these Colorful Covers? A journal? E-mail addresses? Class notes? Photos? This book is great for cool-looking reports!
How could you use a blank book? To write a journal? List e-mail addresses? Present a report? Write poetry? Choose how you will use your Colorful Covers.
Use your imagination to design a bright book cover. With Crayola® Colored Pencils or Color Sticks, draw a picture in a shape that tells about what's inside. If you plan to write a report on a state or province, make the book in that shape, for example.
Color your drawing with Crayola Crayons or Color Sticks. Accent it with Crayola Washable Markers. Mix colors to make your own originals. Add words to describe your book. Cut out around your drawing with Crayola Scissors.
For the inside pages, cut white paper the same size and shape as your cover. Line up the cover and pages. Punch two or three holes along one edge. Thread each hole with ribbon and tie securely.
Record information, poems, or lists in your book with colored pencils. Organize your material so it is clear and logical.
Create an original pop-art repetitive portrait based on a study the life and work of Andy Warhol.
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