Cheer your team to success! Create bright pennants in your school’s colors—with a new twist. GO TEAM!
Athletes love to hear fans cheer! An encouraging word just as you enter the last leg of a race might spur you across the finish line faster. Knowing that the crowd wants you to make a basket might help you to SWOOSH. How do you think players feel when they see a whole stadium doing the wave?
Pennants and banners help get your message across visually. Even when other fans are yelling loudly, your sign can still be seen.
On large white paper, draw a long, triangle with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils. Use a straight edge to draw the lines straight.
Pick your team to support. What are their colors? Emblem? Mascot?
With Crayola Twistables, letter your encouragement large and clearly for all to read. Draw team symbols such as a powerful tiger claw.
Cut out the triangle with Crayola Scissors. Erase any extra colored pencil marks.
Glue the wide end of the triangle around a cardboard tube with Crayola School Glue. Air-dry the pennant.
Decorate the tube, too. GO TEAM!
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