Making Paper

Class 2/3/4 students have been exploring how paper is made this term. They have learned about the history of paper and the story of how paper is made. They have also looked at recycling and conservation of paper to save trees and lessen our impact on the environment.

  

Leslie, our Outdoor Provocation Specialist, showed the class some handmade paper samples and asked the children how they thought it had been made. The students worked in small groups to sequence the steps of making handmade paper, followed by a demonstration of the technique.

This week, the students again worked in small groups, and began the process of making their own handcrafted paper.

 

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