- Crayola Scissors
- Crayola Washable Glue Sticks
- Crayola Washable Glitter Glue
- Crayola Fine Line Markers - 12 Count
- Crayola Fabric Markers - 10 Count
- Polyester Cotton - 30.5 cm x 30.5 cm (12" x 12") - 1 piece per student
- Ribbon or Yarn
- Bamboo Skewers - 1 per student
- Think of the images that come to mind when you remember the story.
- What is the strongest picture that you think of when you remember the story?
- Draw that picture on the copy paper.
- Use a fine line black marker to outline the drawing.
- Tape the drawing onto a piece of white Bristol board using 4 small pieces of tape.
- Place the fabric on top of the drawing.
- Tape it in place with long pieces of masking tape along each side.
- Use fabric markers to colour the picture directly onto the fabric.
- Press lightly.
- Gently remove all the tape.
- Place the fabric with the good side facing down on top of a pad of newsprint.
- Place a piece of blank newsprint on top of the fabric.
- Set the iron to cotton.
- Iron over the newsprint for about 30 seconds.
- This will set the colour and make it permanent.
- Fold the side and bottom edges of the fabric under about 1 cm.
- Use a glue stick to glue them flat.
- Apply lots of glue to the top fold last.
- Place a bamboo skewer along the glued surface at the top.
- Fold the fabric over the skewer to hold it in place.
- Attach yarn or ribbon to each end of the skewer.
- Add glitter glue to highlight some areas of the design.
- Reflect on your work.
- What is there about this picture that reminds you of the story?
- What are some of the things you remember about the story?
- Why is this a good souvenir of the story?