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Eagle Books Toolkit — Art Projects

Eagle Books Stickers, Stamps & Bookmarks


  • Ideas for Use

    • Use as prize for accomplishment related to Eagle Books and their messages.
    • Include as a gift for participating in Eagle Books events or activities.
    • Print onto magnets that can be affixed to lockers, refrigerators and cars.
    • Print onto adhesive to make stickers.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 8½" x 11" paper. Print from laser printer in color or black & white, portrait orientation.
    • 1 page
  • Ideas for Use

    • Have students write an encouraging message to themselves or to others on Eagle Books stationery. Fold and seal with a favorite sticker.
    • Provide to classrooms to prompt pre-event anticipation and familiarize children with story characters.
    • Apply matching or different stickers to top of each side of a tongue depressor and use as puppets.
    • Use individual stickers to mark students’ progress with Passport to Wellness and A Week in Motion challenges.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 8½" x 11" label sheet with 63 — 1" diameter labels — Label Blank Company Item #OL1025WX — 500 sheets, White Matte (or comparable).
    • 1 page
  • Ideas for Use

    • Have students write an encouraging message to themselves or to others on Eagle Books stationery. Fold and seal with a favorite sticker.
    • Use as closures for event-specific correspondence.
    • Provide to classrooms to prompt pre-event anticipation and familiarize children with story characters.
    • Give as a token for each Eagle Book read. Encourage children to collect the complete set.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use label sheets with 12 circles per page — Avery Template 5294 — (or comparable). Print from printer in color or black & white, portrait orientation.
    • 3 pages
  • Ideas for Use

    • Make rubber stamps and use with children in art projects or as temporary tattoos.
    • Make stickers and reward children who complete healthy activities.
    • Paint or carve the image on a pumpkin. Use as a template to make stencils.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Original image is 1" x 1". Print from laser printer in black & white. Print on labels or sticky-back paper to make stickers.
    • On the Internet, search keywords "homemade rubber stamps" and "make your own rubber stamps" for instructions to create your own rubber stamp, or ask a printer to make a rubber stamp.
    • 6 pages
  • Ideas for Use

    • Print and send with "invitations to participate" to sponsors, donors, key participants, etc.
    • Use as incentives at a health fair or Eagle Books event.
    • Send as tokens of appreciation.
    • Provide to classrooms to encourage reading and healthy eating and exercise.
    • Make bookmarks as a classroom or family activity.
    • Give each child a bookmark along with a set of Eagle Books.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 8½" x 11" card stock. Print from laser printer in color or black & white. Cut to size.
    • 2 pages
  • Ideas for Use

    • Print and send with "invitations to participate" to sponsors, donors, key participants, etc.
    • Use as incentives at a health fair or Eagle Books event.
    • Send as tokens of appreciation.
    • Provide to classrooms to encourage reading and healthy eating and exercise.
    • Make bookmarks as a classroom or family activity.
    • Give each child a bookmark along with a set of Eagle Books.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 8½" x 11" card stock. Print from laser printer in color or black & white. Trim the outside edges along the red lines. Cut the red arch with an exacto knife. Finished piece is 2¼" x 8". Laminate if desired.
    • 1 page

Eagle Books Coloring Books & Puzzles


  • Ideas for Use

    • Print and distribute as event incentives.
    • Use as an activity: Have children color while hearing an Eagle Books story.
    • Place in waiting areas of clinics, tribal centers, at special events, etc. (with permission).
    • Distribute to classrooms and childcare centers to encourage event interest and participation.
    • Print and distribute to boost excitement for new Eagle Books being published.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 11" x 17" paper. Print from laser printer in color or black & white, portrait orientation. Page 3 may be printed on 8½" x 11" paper, portrait orientation.
    • 3 pages
  • Ideas for Use

    • Place in waiting areas of clinics, tribal centers, at special events, etc. (with permission).
    • Distribute to classrooms and childcare centers to encourage event interest and participation.
    • Use as a food tray liner, or laminate and use as a placemat.
    • Provide to children to occupy time during travel or long waits.
    • Challenge children to find each item listed and reward successes with Eagle Books character stickers or trading cards.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 17" x 11" paper. Print from laser printer in black & white, landscape orientation.
    • 1 page
  • Ideas for Use

    • Have on hand for older children or adults attending event or health fair.
    • Send home with families.
    • Use as an activity with older children and provide an incentive for each word found or for each child participating in the challenge.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 8½" x 11" paper. Print on laser printer, black & white, portrait orientation.
    • 3 pages
  • Ideas for Use

    • Place in waiting areas of clinics, tribal centers, at special events, etc. (with permission).
    • Read the associated story to children while they color in the coloring book.
    • Make available to classrooms and childcare centers to encourage Eagle Books event interest and participation.
    • Provide to children to occupy time during travel or long waits.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 8½" x 11" paper. Print on laser printer, black & white, landscape orientation.
    • 8 pages
  • Ideas for Use

    • Place in waiting areas of clinics, tribal centers, at special events, etc. (with permission).
    • Read the associated story to children while they color in the coloring book.
    • Make available to classrooms and childcare centers to encourage Eagle Books event interest and participation.
    • Provide to children to occupy time during travel or long waits.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 8½" x 11" paper. Print on laser printer, black & white, landscape orientation.
    • 8 pages
  • Ideas for Use

    • Place in waiting areas of clinics, tribal centers, at special events, etc. (with permission).
    • Read the associated story to children while they color in the coloring book.
    • Make available to classrooms and childcare centers to encourage Eagle Books event interest and participation.
    • Provide to children to occupy time during travel or long waits.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 8½" x 11" paper. Print on laser printer, black & white, landscape orientation.
    • 8 pages
  • Ideas for Use

    • Place in waiting areas of clinics, tribal centers, at special events, etc. (with permission).
    • Read the associated story to children while they color in the coloring book.
    • Make available to classrooms and childcare centers to encourage Eagle Books event interest and participation.
    • Provide to children to occupy time during travel or long waits.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 8½" x 11" paper. Print on laser printer, black & white, landscape orientation.
    • 8 pages

Eagle Books Masks, Trading Cards, & Flipbooks


  • Ideas for Use

    • Make the fans or masks as a family or classroom activity.
    • Distribute at pow wows or other outdoor events as fans.
    • Assemble for use as puppets to act out Eagle Books stories.
    • Glue a different mask to each side of the support stick for a two-sided puppet.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 8½" x 11" card stock or thick paper. Print from laser printer in color or black & white, landscape orientation.
    • Cut along red cutting line. Laminate with or without stick for durability.
    • 4 pages
  • Ideas for Use

    • Make the fans or masks as a family or classroom activity.
    • Distribute at pow wows or other outdoor events as fans.
    • Assemble for use as puppets to act out Eagle Books stories.
    • Glue a different mask to each side of the support stick for a two-sided puppet.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 8½" x 11" card stock or thick paper. Print from laser printer in color or black & white, landscape orientation.
    • Cut along red cutting line. Laminate with or without stick for durability.
    • 4 pages
  • Ideas for Use

    • Provide as prizes for health-related achievements.
    • Create challenges or specific events for which children earn another card.
    • Organize social gatherings during which children may swap cards with one another.

    Printing/Reproduction Tips

    • Use 11" x 17" paper card stock. Print on color laser printer 2-sided. Cut out individual cards using black trim marks as guides.
    • Using duplex printing (printer can print on both sides): Print out both sides, use "short edge" for turning.
    • Using one sided printing: Print odd numbered pages (1, 3, 5). Turn over and print even pages (2, 4, 6).
    • 6 pages (Makes 20 unique Trading Cards.)
 

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