For this first book, I took one stencil and created a flip book. I love flip books because they are interactive and somewhat mesmerizing. The key to making this book is to use paper that will flip easily. My book has really thick Bristol paper (not the best choice for this), so if I can make it on that paper, you should be find with something like printer paper or it's equivalent.
Kids will love either of those, but will really get excited if they can both.
The journal below is a great book to make for kids who need to journal or write a book report on mermaids!!!
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If you're in the mood for more mermaid projects, CLICK HERE to see some stellar artsy items by Gwen Lafleur, Karen Gaunt, Tina Walker, and Louise Nelson.
Be sure and check out original mermaid projects from the designers HERE.
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