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Here is part 2 of the inchie tutorial. We will be making these 3 inches, Canadian Shield, Atlantic, and Great Lakes region. MATERIALS REQUIRED:- wc paper inches cut to 3"x3"- scrap piece of heavy paper- white tissue paper- glue- green painter's tape- disk tempera paint- acrylic paint, black, white, red, yellow, orange- fine black and red sharpie- cotton Q tip- pencil- yellow and white oil pastels- white streamer- iridescent glitter glue Canadian Shield: Give each student a scrap piece of heavy paper. This can be scraps of wc paper, card stock, etc. Have them spread some glue over the paper.

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