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Create unique gold jewelry with nature's finest leaves. Add Crayola® Model Magic® and gold Premier Tempera for a striking keepsake or gift.
During a unit of study on weather and seasons, invite students to fallen leaves of various shapes and textures. Encourage students to select only those that are safe to handle and to wash their hands when returning indoors.
Provide time for students to identify each leaf collected for the lesson. When this task is complete, ask students to each choose one leaf. Students will flatten a small piece of Crayola Model Magic and shape it to fit the form of their selected leaves. Then ask students to cover their work area with recycled newspaper.
To make a pin: Students paint the back of their leaf with gold Crayola Premier Tempera Paint. Firmly press or roll it into the Model Magic. Carefully peel the leaf away. Dry overnight. On the back, attach a jewelry pin or safety pin with Crayola School Glue. Dry before wearing.
To make a pendant: Students place a dab of glue on the back of their leaf. Press it firmly into the Model Magic. Brush a light coat of gold tempera on top of the leaf and around the edges. Dry. Punch a hole in the pendant. Thread ribbon through the opening and tie before wearing.
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