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What a puzzle!

Materials
Kids’ artwork
Clean coffee or oatmeal can with lid
Nontoxic glue stick
Empty cereal box or other piece of thin cardboard
Scissors

Instructions
1.Make a copy of a piece of artwork. It works best to use a copy machine, scaling down the size so it’ll fit around the can, but you can also re-draw your artwork (being careful to match the original exactly!) for an extra challenge.
2. Wrap the copy around the container and glue in place.
3. Glue the original art to the cardboard, making sure the glue is on both the artwork and cardboard so they won’t peel apart. Cut out irregular shapes until the entire sheet of cardboard is in small pieces.
4. Place the cut shapes in the container for easy storage, and challenge your friends to put the pieces of your drawing back together

 

3-D showcase

Materials
Empty cereal box
Scissors
Nontoxic glue stick
Construction paper scraps
Kids’ artwork

Instructions
1. Cut out the center of the front of the cereal box, leaving about an inch around the edge.
2. Glue construction paper scraps all over the box to cover any writing.
3. Glue a piece of artwork inside, then use colored scrap paper and leftover cardboard from the cereal box to create three-dimensional shapes to glue on top of the art. Display proudly!

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