These beautiful paper hearts are the perfect thing you need to add colour to you room. Here are the simple steps on how to make them.
Markers, coloured pens or colour pencils
First, fold a white paper in half and cut half a heart shape out of it.
Second, using a marker, coloured pen or colour pencil, draw swirls on the heart.
Thirdly, paste the heart on coloured piece of paper and you're done!
I and my class went on a excursion to IMAX Melbourne Museum as part as our term topic - forces.
Firstly, when we arrived at the museum, we entered it for general viewing. We saw dinosaur bones, insects, sea creatures, and many more amazing things.
Then, we went outside to have our lunch. There were heaps of pigeons so we fed them some bread. After about an hour of running around and playing, it was time to enter the IMAX cinema. The first movie we were going to watch was called 'Forces of Nature.'
Forty-five minutes later, the movie finished and we headed to the exit. We bought some snacks. Some of my class mates bought popcorn and Coke, Fanta or frozen Coke for another 45-minute movie called 'Tornado Alley.' This movie was in 3D so we got to wear 3D glasses.
Finally, when the movie was finished, we hopped on the bus and headed back to school.
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