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  • Boxes of various sizes (body)
  • Wrapping Paper tubes (arms, legs)
  • Oatmeal container ( arms, legs) punch a small hole in bottom and tape edges of hole(so it will not get larger)
  • Paper towel tubes (neck)
  • Plastic milk gallon (head)
  • Yarn (hair)
  • Twine
  • Duct tape

 

 

Body 1

 

Take 4- 8 paper tubes and bundle together

Use duct tape to hold together

 

Body 2

 

Use a box or two ( open both ends and round out or a one or 2 one on top of the other)

Secure together with duct tape

 

Arms and legs 1

 

4 oatmeal containers (with a hole punched in bottom)

Connect using twine (for mobility)

 

Arms and legs 2

 

2 wrapping paper tubes (end to end)

Or

4 paper towel tubes (end to end)

Punch holes on both ends

Thread twine through holes so it is doubled

Tie twine at one end

Put through tube

Thread through holes on second tube and repeat

tie a knot at each hole

or

use duct tape to attach tubes to each other

 

Neck

 

4 paper towel tubes bundled together

 

Attach to body

 

Cut holes in box for arms and legs

Attach arms and legs to body with duct tape

 

If using tubes for body just attach with duct tape by wrapping around one or more tubes

 

Attach an upside down milk gallon to neck (you can use the handle for the nose)

 

Attach head and neck to body in same manner as arms and legs

 

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