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Cardboard Stove

This is very simple. You don’t necessarily need a low wide box as in the picture, any sized box will do as long as it has one surface large enough to attach a few burners to and opens up with a flap for an “oven”.
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1. Paint box and allow to dry.

2. Cut out circles (red if you have it for the colour of a hot element) and draw a spiral on the circles. (I’ve allowed my 4 year old to draw two of the spirals)

3. Glue on to box.

4. Add some bake ware and small pots to play with. Done!

Also see Cardboard Fridge

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