This is Me
Represent history by displaying the important events in students' lives! These look great displayed in a media center or featured for open house.
- Westcott 5” Kids scissors
- light construction paper
- paper scraps
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Fold the paper into quarters vertically and unfold to make creases. Then draw three horizontal lines to create four sections.
In each section, cut paper scraps and use them to represent important events or people in your life. Write to describe the pictures.
Refold the paper to create a 3-D shape and tape the edges to make the project self-standing.
Adult supervision is recommended when children use scissors.
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