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OPENING PRESENTS: With Left Hand Only

My dad and I opened our Christmas presents with our left hand only. My dad made opening my presents more challenging by using a hot glue gun to wrap them!

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Finding A To Z Shops & Things In The Bullring

My Dad and I played hangman with Christmas words over the holidays. It was hilarious ! My Dad and I played a game in the Bullring Birmingham where we looked for shops and things (in the shops) beginning with each letter of the alphabet There was a £20 Prize. Guess who won!

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Playing Hangman With Christmas Words

My Dad and I played hangman with Christmas words over the holidays. It was hilarious !

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Making A Cardboard Mini Car (Part 4)

I chose to make a Mini Cooper car for my Best of British homework for school. I was inspired to make it after seeing someone make a radio control (RC) cardboard Mini Cooper on Smart Gear. My dad is helping me make it from the template provided by Smart Gear. Our Mini will be all cardboard, paper and glue, perhaps with a bit of paint if we have time.

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WHAT YOU REQUIRE: Cardboard sheet(s), scalpel/sharp knife, metal ruler, pencil, hot glue gun and glue sticks, cutting board (we used a wooden chopping board), the template from Smart Gear’s YouTube video.

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Making A Cardboard Mini Car (Part 3)

I chose to make a Mini Cooper car for my Best of British homework for school. I was inspired to make it after seeing someone make a radio control (RC) cardboard Mini Cooper on Smart Gear. My dad is helping me make it from the template provided by Smart Gear. Our Mini will be all cardboard, paper and glue, perhaps with a bit of paint if we have time.

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WHAT YOU REQUIRE: Cardboard sheet(s), scalpel/sharp knife, metal ruler, pencil, hot glue gun and glue sticks, cutting board (we used a wooden chopping board), the template from Smart Gear’s YouTube video.

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Who Knows Me Better? Dad or Best Friend ?!

Who do you think knows me better. My Dad or my best friend Courtney. Let us know in the comments below.

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Making A Cardboard Mini Car (Part 2)

I chose to make a Mini Cooper car for my Best of British homework for school. I was inspired to make it after seeing someone make a radio control (RC) cardboard Mini Cooper on Smart Gear. My dad is helping me make it from the template provided by Smart Gear. Our Mini will be all cardboard, paper and glue, perhaps with a bit of paint if we have time.

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WHAT YOU REQUIRE: Cardboard sheet(s), scalpel/sharp knife, metal ruler, pencil, hot glue gun and glue sticks, cutting board (we used a wooden chopping board), the template from Smart Gear’s YouTube video.

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VIDEO CREATED BY MY DAD

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Making A Cardboard Mini Car (Part 1)

I chose to make a Mini Cooper car for my Best of British homework for school. I was inspired to make it after seeing someone make a radio control (RC) cardboard Mini Cooper on Smart Gear. My dad is helping me make it from the template provided by Smart Gear. Our Mini will be all cardboard, paper and glue, perhaps with a bit of paint if we have time.

Click Here to Watch, Comment & Subscribe on YouTube

WHAT YOU REQUIRE: Cardboard sheet(s), scalpel/sharp knife, metal ruler, pencil, hot glue gun and glue sticks, cutting board (we used a wooden chopping board), the template from Smart Gear’s YouTube video.

VIDEO EDITED USING HITFILM EXPRESS

VIDEO CREATED BY MY DAD

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