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  • Leslie Trakas

    skeletons names symmetry students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body. They added the head, arms, and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper! - What a fun idea!

  • Shirley Horkan

    "Name Skeletons" Look closely: students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body. They added the head, arms,and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper! - What a fun idea for older kids :)

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Skeleton craft project made with spelling out kids name for the bones. fold white paper in half to start this project. They wrote their name and cut it out doubled. This formed the body of the skeleton. Then they added the head, arms and legs. The pieces were mounted on black construction paper.

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