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- brown paper grocery bags
- brown paper lunch bags
- stapler and staples
- masking tape
- Stuff paper bags with newspaper.
- Bags should take on a brick-type shape.
- Fasten end of bag with staples or tape. Kids can experiment to see which holds bags together better.
- Kids can now use the bricks to build structures as they wish.
- It is also possible to make the blocks without newspaper, but they won’t be as sturdy.
Source(s): 100 Construction Activities for Kids (activity B6).
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