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Take & Make: Make a Stained Glass Earth!

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Patrons make a "stained glass" window-style Earth with simple craft materials. Turn this into a "Take & Make" activity by providing each patron with the materials ( two 9'' unwaxed paper plates, a 20-inch long piece of wax paper, tissue paper sheets that are blue, green, and white, and an Earth template printed in color) and a print-out of the craft instructions.

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Hints for uses in your library "Take & Make" tip: consider cutting out the middle of the paper plates prior to handing out the activity so patrons won't need to do that step at home.
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Take & Make: Make a Stained Glass Earth!

Take & Make: Make a Stained Glass Earth!

Patrons make a "stained glass" window-style Earth with simple craft materials. Turn this into a "Take & Make" activity by providing each patron with the materials ( two 9'' unwaxed paper plates, a 20-inch long piece of wax paper, tissue paper sheets that are blue, green, and white, and an Earth template printed in color) and a print-out of the craft instructions.