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Grab two paper plates, count every 4 to 5 notches (indentions in the plate) and make your cuts. Write your hours numbers in between the cut notches. Then, take your second plate and hold it underneath your hours plate. Make marks to indicate where your number should be. Once, your plate is marked, choose another marker color and add your numbers by your pencil marks. Stack your plates, hours on top and make a hole for your fastener. Create colorful clock hands attach hands with your fastener
Pilgrimage by Lynn Austin Releases November 2013
through this course I have learned it is ok to get messy and it is ok to be wrong. Cleaning up a mess is easy, fixing and what you're wrong about is easy. Learning does not come from always being right or always keeping things clean. Getting messy is what learning is about, diving into education and seeing what you can do with it.
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