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What's the secret message? Create a secret code and antique-looking paper. Who can decipher what you wrote on your scroll?
Read about secret codes and how languages work. Find out how scrolls were made and where they were used. Symbols that create a secret code match up with a specific letter of the alphabet or numeral.
Create your own secret code using symbols that you design yourself. You could use tiny drawings, letter forms, or unusual shapes. Make a key to show what word or letter each symbol stands for using Crayola® Fine Tip Markers.
Cover your art area with recycled newspaper. Crumple up a piece of construction paper. Soak it with diluted brown Crayola Watercolors and a Watercolor Brush. Spread the paper flat to air dry.
Write a secret code message on your handmade antique-looking paper. Roll up your secret scroll and tie with string.
On construction paper, draw shapes that relate to the message inside. Cut them out with Crayola Scissors. Attach shapes to your scroll with Crayola School Glue. Air dry.
Give your secret scroll to classmates. Who can decipher the message?
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