YOU WILL NEED
- Empty cereal boxes
- Recycled newspapers or leftover wrapping paper
- Glue or clear tape
WHAT TO DO
- With a box standing upright, make a pencil mark on the edge of the box, five inches (12.7 centimeters) from the bottom. Draw a diagonal line to the opposite top corner of the box. Draw a matching line on the opposite side of the box.
- Cut along the lines and remove the top of the box.
- Wrap the box in wrapping paper or comics. Glue or tape in place. Your National Geographic Kids magazines finally have a home.
Text by NGS Staff
Photograph by Rebecca Hale