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Paper Chains


Paper Chains

You will need:

Coloured paper (left over wrapping paper works well!)
Sticky tape

Cut up strips of paper, approximately 2-3cms wide and the length of an A4 sheet.

Curl over into a loop and either staple or sticky tape the ends together.

Loop another through the first loop and tape ends – repeat until you have a length of chain.

Great for children learning how to use scissors and sticky tape.

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