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  1. anna337

    anna337 New Member

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    Oct 11, 2017

    Hello, everyone! I am new here and I'm sorry if my question is not in the topic. When I was a kid our teacher showed us how to make different figures from the paper and follow with them to the story (like: here the big field. small box are there, small rabbit jumps from it etc.) It was fast, without cutting paper. Have you ever heard about that? Now, I am working as a teacher and want to make something similar for my kids.
     
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  3. otterpop

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    This isn't something I've heard of but I think it's a wonderful idea.
     
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    I don't think I understand the activity. Glad you are here, though.
     
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    This wasn't made with tissues, was it? I vaguely remember that Kleenex had some quick ways to create figures/animals - cute and easy. Could be something like this - no cutting involved.
     
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    I've also heard of felt boards being used to tell stories.
     

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