Mini Book Tutorial: How to Make an Easy Mini Book for Kids with One Piece of Paper

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My name’s Tom and I’m going to show you how to make an eightfold many comic. It’s really easy to do. It’s got a cover, first page, second page, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and back cover. And the great advantage of it is that it requires no staples and it’s just one sheet. Take standard printer paper and fold into
eighths. Take a pen or whatever you want and you can draw your story and you want
to do it with the back then the cover and then your first page second page, flip it over,
fourth, fifth, and sixth. Now if you didn’t see that that’s back, cover, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and take it to your nearest copier machine and put it in. And another advantage of using this
technique is that you only have to print on one side, so you effectively half what the cost would be to print on both sides and have to staple it. So once done you want
to grab that and take it back to your table, And you want to fold it up the same way that you did your original copy. So into eights. And it should be looking familiar pretty soon. So now that you have that, you want to fold it over and then cut right in the middle, right along that
crease between the cover and five and then you want to stop when you meet the
other crease. So you should end up with kind of weird mouth-looking thing in the middle back in the middle. Now, fold that over and push the two sides together. So you want to push them together just like that and fold the other panels around it. And here it is: the final product. You got
your cover, all your pages, your back, no staples, just one sheet. Now, all you have
to do is go give them to your friends,

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