1. Print 5 to 10 copies of this page, depending on how many flowers you want on the lei. 2. Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to decorate the flowers. 3. Cut out each flower. 4. Ask an adult to help you punch a hole in the center of each flower, and string a piece of yarn or ribbon through the flowers. 5. Tie the ribbon or yarn closed when finished, and wear it as a tropical necklace. Did you know?The word "lei" (pronounced lay) is Hawaiian for a wreath of flowers for the neck or head. Warning:Not recommended for children younger than 3 years of age. Necklaces should be worn loosely to avoid injury.
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