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Minor Versionm

by Suhail Ahanger

Introduction

Take a card sheet cutout of the upper part of the human body, legs and arms. Join the three of these using cotton thread knots. Now glue a stick in the middle of the body and rotate the stick.

    • Handle scissors with care.

    • Handle glue with care.

    • Exercise caution when using the sewing needle.

  1. Cut individual skeleton parts out of the printout using a scissor. Do not cut out the following pairs of parts individually: upper body, upper arm and thigh bones The PDF Document can be found at the Attached documents section of this guide in the bottom of the page if you need additional printouts
    • Cut individual skeleton parts out of the printout using a scissor.

    • Do not cut out the following pairs of parts individually: upper body, upper arm and thigh bones

    • The PDF Document can be found at the Attached documents section of this guide in the bottom of the page if you need additional printouts

  2. Stick the lower legs together so that the picture shows on both sides. Stick the forearms together so that the picture shows on both sides. Fold the double parts onto each other.
    • Stick the lower legs together so that the picture shows on both sides.

    • Stick the forearms together so that the picture shows on both sides.

    • Fold the double parts onto each other.

  3. Stick the skewer on the back of the skeleton body Fold the front body over the skewer.
    • Stick the skewer on the back of the skeleton body

    • Fold the front body over the skewer.

  4. Place the thigh bones in between the doubled body at the pelvis and using the needle, tie a piece of thread to hold these pieces together securing them with knots. Similarly, secure the knee joints with the lower leg using the same technique as above. Secure the upper arms to the body similarly and complete the elbow joints with the forearms.
    • Place the thigh bones in between the doubled body at the pelvis and using the needle, tie a piece of thread to hold these pieces together securing them with knots.

    • Similarly, secure the knee joints with the lower leg using the same technique as above.

    • Secure the upper arms to the body similarly and complete the elbow joints with the forearms.

    • Seek assistance if you need help in making knots.

  5. Rotate the skewer with your hand to see the skeleton dance!
    • Rotate the skewer with your hand to see the skeleton dance!

    • Don't make knots around the body as it will restrict the free movement of joints.

    • Don't make tight knots such that it arrests the movement of joints

    • Make sure you have enough skewer length to hold the toy.

    • The knots should adequately hold the parts together

Finish Line

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