1. Decorate the Bookworm Bookmark with Crayola® crayons, markers, or colored pencils. 2. Ask an adult help you cut out the bookworm. 3. Use your bookworm to keep your place in a book you are reading. Did you know?Bookworms are tiny insects that eat the paper in books. They create tiny tunnels through the pages like termites through a piece of wood. Bookworms don't like the taste of modern paper, but you might find their tunnels in old books. A way to keep bookworms away from eating books is to keep using them. So, open a book today! Don't worry - your bookworm bookmark won't eat your book!
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