Family - (cut with a hole puch or glue real buttons on the...

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Family This is the Father, kind and true. (hold up fingers one by one) This is the mother who cares for you. This is the brother so big and tall. This is the sister who plays with her ball. This is the baby, pet of them all. See the whole family, big and small. (return to top) Supplies needed : A piece of card stock or heavy construction paper Scissors Markers or crayons Glue 5 small white shirt buttons (optional) A piece of colored construction paper or an old tie (ask Dad for an old tie you can cut up, just don't tell him why you want it) To start making the shirt, cut the top of the card stock into an "M" shape. Fold over the M-shaped area. Draw a line down the center. Either draw 3 buttons, glue on three paper circle
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Unformatted text preview: (cut with a hole puch) or glue real buttons on the paper to the right of the line you just drew. Either make a tie from construction paper or use the bottom part of an old tie (ask Dad for an old tie you can cut up, just don't tell him why you want it). Glue the top of the tie to the card. The rest of the tie should be free to move. Fold down the collar flaps and glue them down. Either draw a button on each collar flap or glue on real buttons. Poem: Daddy, Daddy let me say I love you in every way I love you for all you do I love you for being you Daddy, Daddy let me say HAVE A HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!...
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