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Fun Projects Kids Can Do With Cork!:

(1) Cork People: You will need one large cork, one medium cork, toothpicks, and paint. Glue the small end of both corks together; a toothpick can be used to secure the connection. Break two tooth picks in half and use them as the arms and legs. Paint on the clothing of the cork person. You can also use yarns as hair.

(2) Pig: You will need one large cork, one medium cork, toothpicks, wire, paper, and paint. Glue the small end of the large cork to the large end of the medium cork; a toothpick can be used to secure the connection. Break two tooth picks in half and use them as the arms and legs. Use wire to create a curly tail. Paint the pig pink. Cut pink paper into the shape of ears and glue them on the head.

(3) Cow: You will need one large cork, one medium cork, toothpicks, wire, paper, and paint. Glue the small end of the large cork to the large end of the medium cork; a toothpick can be used to secure the connection. Break two tooth picks in half and use them as the arms and legs. Paint the cow white with black spots. Cut white paper into the shape of ears, add black spots, and glue them on the head. Paint a pink nose.

(4) Dog: You will need one small cork, one medium cork, toothpicks, paper, and paint. Using a toothpick to help secure the cork, glue the small cork to the side of the medium cork as shown in the picture. Break up toothpicks into appropriate sizes for the legs and tail. Paint brown or any color. Cut paper into the shape of ears and glue them onto the side of the head. Paint a black nose.

 

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