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Save classmates’ autographs. Collect school photos. It’s easy to make a colorful book to hold a year’s worth of best memories.
Remembering the school year is a cinch with this easy-to-make autograph and memory book. Using Crayola® Scissors, students cut posterboard for both the back and front covers of their memory books. With Crayola Color Sticks or Color Sticks Colored Pencils, students design their covers. Encourage imaginative play with the medium and colors. Invite students to consider including their school's logo or mascot on the covers, as well as the school's colors.
Students can use an eraser to remove some color. Then add new details to their designs. Words such as autographs, the school name, or grade level stand out SO easily.
To incorporate pages, have students fold several pieces of paper together to fit inside the covers. Cut along the fold lines to create pages. Insert them inside the cover. Punch holes through all of the pages and tie them together using ribbon or string.
As significant events occur during the school year, encourage students to illustrate and/or write in their memory books.
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