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I want to use a large number of small items to construct one big item. The big item must have a relationship with the small items such as making a bowl or spoon out of cheeios. Please give me some ideas. Thanks

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Making a glass out of ice cubes.

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Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum but you could clarify a bit more? Could you use a collage, or is this a physical project? Is that word "Cheerios" that I can't identify? If you can type the exact directions you were given, we may have a better idea.

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Cheerios are a type of cereal made of oats.

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P.S. Some sites with art projects so perhaps you can find an idea you like:

1. http://www.teachnet.com/lesson/art/index.html

2. (kindergarten ideas!) http://www.kinderart.com/crafts/

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