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I. Introduction a. The term “Nes Gadol Hayah Sham” stands for “A great miracle occurred here,” and I’ve got to say, it will be a miracle if this dreidel turns out good. b. II. Body a. Materials 1. Tape or glue 2. Scissors 3. Pattern 4. Pencil (not mechanic) 5. Heavy paper (i.e. cardstock, poster paper, etc.) b. Procedure 1. Cut the pattern out of your chosen material. Follow the SOLID outer lines as you cut. 2. Where you see the circle, punch a hole using your pencil. This is the top of your dreidel. 3. Once you have cut out your pattern and glued it to your heavy paper, fold it along the dotted lines so that the letters appear on the outside and the flaps
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Unformatted text preview: can be glued together. 4. Glue or tape the edges of your flaps together on the appropriate inner sides. (i.e. the flap on the left edge of the triangle under the Gimel face will be glued or taped to the inside right edge of the triangle under Nun.) 5. Put your pencil through the top hole that was poked earlier through to the bottom of the dreidel and out (just so much that the point is outside of the dreidel. III. Conclusion a. (show the finished product) b. Now you see how easy it is, even though Im sure most of you will never try to do this on your own. c....
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course SPC 103 taught by Professor Tennenbaum during the Fall '07 term at Wagner.

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