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Ghost Windsocks

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: SLC, Utah
Date Submitted: October 20, 2001

First, take a white sheet of construction paper and attach both ends with a stapler, forming a cylinder. Next, cut strips of white crepe paper of varying lengths. Attach with tape or glue around the bottom part of the cylinder shape. Next, cut out different eyes, noses, and mouths from different colors of construction paper and glue to the ghost. Now punch one hole on each topside of the ghost with a paper hole puncher. Attach string through the two holes. Now it's ready to hang from your classroom ceiling!

     
 

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