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Following Directions Lesson
Following Directions LessonTake out a clean sheet of notebook paper and something to write with. Place it in front of you on your desk.
Following Directions LessonFold your paper in half long ways “hot dog style”.
Following Directions LessonOpen your paper up and place it holes to the top on your desk. Draw a line all the way down the crease on the paper. “DO NOT WRITE ON THE DESK!!”
Following Directions LessonFold the paper in half the other way “hamburger style”. You can see my line because I used a Sharpie Marker and it bled through the paper.
Following Directions LessonOpen the paper up with the holes to the top. Draw a line from the center of the paper to the margin closest to you.
Following Directions LessonFold the paper like you had it last “hamburger style”. Then fold it over again in the same direction as you folded it last.
Following Directions LessonOpen the paper up. Draw a line on each of the creases half way to the bottom margin. Then fold your paper back up like you last had it.
Following Directions LessonFold the paper over one more time in the same direction as your last fold, making it even more slender.
Following Directions LessonOpen the paper up. Draw lines on the four creases half as long as the last lines you drew, or ¼ of the way to the bottom margin.
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