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    W Is for Wagon Construction Paper Shape Craft

    W Is for Wagon Construction Paper Shape Craft

    My daughter and I love making crafts together during our homeschool lessons. Last spring for our lesson on the letter W, she and I made a construction paper wagon that also helped her review her basic shapes.

    Materials

    Directions

    1. Cut the red construction paper into a large rectangle.
    2. Cut the black construction paper into two small circles, one long rectangle, and the letter W.
    3. Glue the black circles on the bottom of the red rectangle.
    4. Glue the long black rectangle on the side of the red rectangle.
    5. Glue the black W on the center of the red rectangle.
    6. Glue the paper wagon on the white paper.

    W Is for Wagon Construction Paper Shape Craft

    For more fun letter W crafts, check out my W Is for Whale Handprint Craft and my W Is for Walrus Handprint Craft.

    Image Credits

    W Is for Wagon Construction Paper Shape Craft © 2015 Heather Johnson
    W Is for Wagon Construction Paper Shape Craft © 2015 Heather Johnson

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