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Going Green . Paper bag textbook cover. Paper bag. We need a large paper bag, the kind you get at the grocery store. Directions. Notice and follow the direction of the arrows as you cut your paper bag. 1. 2. 2. 2. flap. 2. Cutting. Cut open the paper bag:

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Going green

Going Green

Paper bag textbook cover


Paper bag

Paper bag

We need a large paper bag, the kind you get at the grocery store.


Directions

Directions

Notice and follow the direction of the arrows as you cut your paper bag.


Cutting

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flap

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Cutting

Cut open the paper bag:

1. Start by cutting down one corner, from top to bottom.

2. Then, cut around three sides of the bottom flap.

3. Open the bag up and flatten it out on the table.


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Cutting

4. Finish preparing the paper bag by cutting off the bottom flap. This should give you a large rectangular piece of brown paper.


F olding

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Folding

5.Place the book in the center of the paper.

6. Fold the paper up across the bottom, about two to three inches. Press firmly at the crease.

7. Repeat at the top.


Folding

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Folding

8. Wrap the paper across the front of the book from left to right and adjust the book position until the two ends of the paper are even.


Covering

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Covering

9. Fold the overlap around the front cover of the book and make a crease. If the flap is too long, trim to reach two-thirds to three-quarters of the way across the book cover.

10.Insert the front cover of the book into the slot created by the paper folded over at the top and the bottom. Slide the paper down over the book until you hit the crease.


Covering1

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Covering

11. Close the front cover of the book, pulling the paper tight across the front of the book. The front cover is now complete.


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Covering

12. Fold the remaining paper around the back cover of the book and make a crease.

13. Insert the back cover of the book into the slot created by the paper folded over at the top and the bottom. Slide the paper down over the book until you hit the crease.


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Covering

14. If the cover fits snugly, you are done! If it seems a little loose or the top and bottom folds are not lying flat, you can use small pieces of tape to pull the front and the inside flap together a little more securely.


Personalizing

Jean-Paul Smith French 7th

Mme Kemp Room C206

Personalizing

15.Write clearly your name, subject, teacher, classroom number

16. Draw or paste pictures of some of your favorite activities or things (school appropriate only!)


Bring it to class

Jean-Paul Smith French 7th

Mme Kemp Room C206

Bring it to class!

Be sure to bring your covered textbook to class every time, along with notebook, Student Handbook, and pencils.


Credits instructions http specialchildren about com od schoolissues ss bookcover2 10 htm

Photographs- Terri Mauro

Images- Various free clip-art sites

Art: Madame Norma Kemp, French & Spanish teacher at J.P. Case Middle School

CreditsInstructions-http://specialchildren.about.com/od/schoolissues/ss/bookcover2_10.htm

J.P. Case Middle School


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