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what objects can i use to create an alphabet? it can be any object or material

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    can you use like twizzlers or something like that?

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    fuzzy pipe cleaners would be good... or pieces of straw you could braid and tie into letters. Twigs from a tree would make good letters.

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    the twigs ideas is good, i was actually thinking of that but the thing is we also need to create a message or phrase with that aplhabet, so therefore i would have to realtae the message to the twigs. any ideas on that?

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    please help!!

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    macaroni, curved or straight (uncooked)

    spaghetti (uncooked)

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    The twig becomes a tree as a letter becomes a word.

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