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How to Assemble Your 3d Hanging Garland Decorations

August 25, 2021 No Comments

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Do you love arts and crafts like I do in the classroom? My students are OBSESSED with making a variety of 3D Hanging Garlands to hang off of their desks and throughout the classroom. I introduce a variety of these garlands during the year for a variety of holidays and seasons and my students LOVE collecting them on their desks. Let me show you how I assemble these hanging garland decorations with my students!

Materials I Used in this Tutorial:

**LOOK BELOW for a list of many of the 3D Hanging Garland Decorations I have in my store** I have included the Solving Proportions Pencil FREEBIE that I used in this example in my resource library, hosted right here on the blog. Click HERE to get the password!

1. Solve all eight problems on pages 1 and 2 and record your answer on the shapes.

2. Check the answers with the answer key provided – if anything is incorrect, this is the step to correct any mistakes!

3. Color (this part of the step is optional, but I like to add a little color to my decorations!) and cut out all eight shapes.

4. Fold each shape in half – they are all symmetrical, so every shape will fold nicely in half!

5. Glue the folded halves to another piece that is folded in half, four times.

6. Glue one end of a string to the fourth half, then continue gluing the folded halves to each other until all are used.

7. Glue the last folded half to the first folded half, along with the other end of the string. This step connects the first half to the last half, making it 3D.

8. Your 3D Hanging Garland Decoration is COMPLETE and ready to hang in your classroom!!

Here are my FAVORITE 3D Hanging Garland Decoration Resources in my store, organized by season:

I have included the Solving Proportions Pencil FREEBIE that I used in this example in my resource library, hosted right here on the blog. Click HERE to get the password!

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Hi! I'm Paige, known as The Math Matrix. I have been a teacher for three years, in both a middle school and elementary school, ALWAYS teaching math, either as a special education teacher or a departmentalized general education teacher. Needless to say, math is my JAM and I can't wait to share with you tips, tricks, and resources to enhance your math teaching. Read More

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