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Read a new fairy tale or revisit an old favorite. Create your own fabric book illustrated with gorgeous Crayola® Fabric Markers!
Fairy and folk tales have been passed down from generation to generation through word of mouth and children’s books. Ask students how they know whether these stories are true or not. Make a list of favorite storytellers or illustrators.
Students put a new twist on their favorite story by creating original illustrations on cloth using Crayola® Fabric Markers. Select heavy fabric such as felt or canvas to use for the book. Measure and cut out several pieces of fabric.
Students can sketch their designs on paper with Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils first.
Students use Fabric Markers to draw on the fabric. Add words, phrases, summaries, borders, and scenes from the fairy tale.
To bind the book, punch holes in the fabric. Thread ribbon through the openings to keep the pages together. Share the tales with younger children or others in the class.
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