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Simple DIY Kids Clock Of Cardboard And Duct Tape

Wed, Mar 27, 2013 | Clocks, Other | By julia

If you want your child to learn telling time right, this kid’s craft idea is for you. To make a play clock you will need some cardboard (in the photos the cardboard from pizza was used) and duct tape of different colors. Take up a comfortable seat, we are starting…At first we cut a cardboard circle and cover it with duct tape, and then – a few hands for the clock. If you don’t have any grease spots, you might even leave the circle without any tape. After punching a hole in the middle of the clock, we attached the hands. In the end you will be left to cut and fix the numbers from various colored duct tape. Now you can start your lessons. I believe that soon your child will share his or her knowledge of how to tell time with the friends.

Reference: mermagblog.com

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