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Travel the world, explore a neighborhood, or record classroom adventures. Keep track of discoveries with colorful stamps in a hand-crafted journal.
Passports began as letters of safe passage from an area’s ruler. Now they are international documents that confirm your identity and citizenship. If you use a passport to visit other countries, it may have some national stamps and seals to show where you are going or have been. Invite students to look at passports from various countries. Students find out how people get passports in their home countries.
Ask students to make a passport-like journals in which they record adventures. Suggest they keep a diary of their school year, camp, travel, and/or fun events with friends!
Create the pages. With Crayola® Scissors, cut brightly colored paper in half lengthwise. Glue ends together with Crayola School Glue to create a long strip. Air-dry the strip.
Fold the long strip in half so the narrow ends touch. Fold in half two more times. Unfold and refold to make a zigzag of pages.
Design the cover. Cut two pieces of cardboard or recycled file folder slightly bigger than the passport. Glue the covers to the ends of the accordion book. Air-dry passport.
Encourage students to decorate their passport covers with shimmery Crayola Gel Markers. Attach photos to the inside cover.
Start recording. On the inside pages, students capture the places they have been in person or in their imaginations. Illustrate people, places, and events.
Create stamps. Shape white Crayola Model Magic into stamps with handles. Press down to flatten the bottom. Incise designs with plastic dinnerware or build them up with tiny snakes or bits of modeling compound. Air-dry stamps overnight.
Students cover their work areas with recycled newspaper. Pour Crayola Washable Paint into a clean recycled produce tray. Press stamp into the paint. Have students print designs on passports. Air-dry.
This powerful diorama pays tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrate his historic civil rights speech on the step
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