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Celebrate nature with a bookmark! Collect fallen leaves to create a unique way to mark your page.
Collect at least six small, fallen leaves of the same type from your neighborhood or school yard. Identify its species. Find how that type of tree reproduces. Report your findings to your class and show the leaves you collected.
Here's how to make a bookmark with your leaves. With Crayola® Scissors, cut a piece of cardboard, recycled file folder, or posterboard into a bookmark. Use your imagination to make an unusual shape, perhaps a tree or one with wavy edges.
Cover your art area with newspaper. Swirl two colors of Crayola Tempera Paint with a Crayola Paint Brush while applying it to the bookmark. Dry.
Brush the underside of a leaf with gold Crayola Premier Tempera. Press the painted side down on the bookmark to make an imprint. Carefully lift it off. Repeat to form a pattern. Dry.
Place Crayola School Glue on the back of one leaf. Attach it to the top of your bookmark. Dry.
Punch a hole in the top of your bookmark. Tie a ribbon through the hole. You're ready to read!
Create an original pop-art repetitive portrait based on a study the life and work of Andy Warhol.
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