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Edible Desert Diorama

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This is a desert diorama with edible snakes!

Time: 1 hour
Age: 5-10's
Level: Medium

Materials
Cardboard box
2 colour copies of desert background
Glue
Green cardboard
Paint
Edible snakes



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Colour copy of desert background


Method
Glue the colour photocopied desert background along the walls of the box, overlapping in the middle where they meet.
Paint the sky blue and the sand yellow.



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Cut out identical cactis, fold down the middle and glue down along the matching arms.



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Paint green stripes along the cacti.
Stand them up in the box and glue them down.
Add edible snakes.



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Categories
#5 to 10s
#Any age
#Collage
#Scene
#Desert
#Cactus
#Snake
#Cardboard
#Medium
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