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Old 10-15-2019, 07:38 PM
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The Pizza point

Hi! I just finish this easy build house . This may intertain or amuse (or both) your kid

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Old 10-15-2019, 08:31 PM
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Thank you for the model. I am teaching a young lad in elementary school how to build paper models. This will be perfect for his next lesson. He is ready for a little more detail building. Your numbering system will fit right in also. Teaching him how to gather information on construction from studying the layout of the model before cutting any paper. I will not show him a picture of the finished model until he can form a mental picture of how things fit together.

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Old 10-16-2019, 12:31 AM
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Very nice - especially for kids (and their fathers of course).
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It'll amuse and entertain me, that's for sure. Thanks.
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Thank you for the model. I am teaching a young lad in elementary school how to build paper models. This will be perfect for his next lesson. He is ready for a little more detail building. Your numbering system will fit right in also. Teaching him how to gather information on construction from studying the layout of the model before cutting any paper. I will not show him a picture of the finished model until he can form a mental picture of how things fit together.

John
I'm glad that it works well for your job. The way you lead teaching seens very amusing to the kids
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