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Cheer on your team! Whether it’s sports, a spelling bee, or some other event, express your enthusiasm by waving a bold flag.
A year after the first marathon was run in Athens in 1896, Boston held its first race. Can you imagine training for a race that is more than 26 miles (41.84 km) long? Runners talk about "hitting a wall" where the ease of running is gone. Cheering athletes on often helps them get through "the wall." Whatever event you attend, design a flag that stands out from the crowd. Here’s an easy way to print one.
Cut a catchy stamp design from a foam produce tray with Crayola® Scissors. You could make your team logo or any symbol that will inspire your team or athlete. Remember, your design will print in reverse.
Cover your craft area with recycled newspaper. Brush your stamp with Crayola Washable Kid’s Paint. Imprint a pattern on a construction paper. Air-dry the flag.
Use Crayola Washable Markers to write your flag’s message. Add designs with Crayola Twistables. For a handle, decorate a recycled cardboard roll.
Attach your flag to the handle with Crayola School Glue. Air-dry the glue. Wave your competitor to victory!
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