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Reading/Math/Art/Science At this time of year, many people like to make construction paper chains that they use to count the days that are left until holidays. But paper chains can also be used to put numbers in order, sequence story events or put members of the food chain in order. Provide students with strips of paper on which appropriate facts are printed, and have students arrange, roll and staple them in order. Different colors can be used for different subjects. Send the paper chains home as decorative study guides.

Holiday Paper Chains
In this arts and crafts lesson, students can make paper chains with symbols from various holidays, such as Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Hanukkah. These paper chains can be used as a fun holiday decoration and a way to learn about the various holidays people celebrate.

A Paper Chain for Edgar and Andrew
A cute story that can help your students practice the days of the week as well as teach them the meaning.

Paper Chain Caterpillar Toy or Puppet
Here's a simple-to-make paper chain caterpillar toy or puppet that students can make out of construction paper.

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