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Create pop-up books to remind yourself and others to take good care of that smile.
Find out about the latest recommendations to keep teeth and gums healthy. Contact the American Dental Association. Invite a dentist or dental hygienist to speak to your class during Children's Dental Health Month in February. Search for on-line resources, brochures, and magazine articles.
Plan a pop-up book about oral health. On white paper, use Crayola® Markers to list tips and recommendations to include on each page. Figure out how to illustrate each idea with pop-up figures.
For each page of your book, fold construction paper in half so the shorter sides meet. Make two cuts with Crayola Scissors into the fold for each pop-up tab. Each cut should go in from the fold one or two inches (2-5 cm). Fold tabs away from fold edge and then open paper and pull tabs through to the open side.
Draw pop-up figures with markers on construction paper. Cut out each figure. Put Crayola School Glue on each tab and press on figures. Dry.
Add written text to each page in colorful marker lettering.
Arrange pop-up pages in order. Glue the back sides together.
Fold construction paper around the glued pages and glue to make the front and back cover of your book. Add a title and design the cover with markers.
People around the world give thanks for their food. Celebrate a harvest of pineapples, pumpkins, or pomegranates-and sho
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