For some reason, human beings love to fiddle with things such as clicking a pen or twirling a whistle. After a while, some objects get boring and you are forced to move on to another one. This is sort of like fiddling with a rubix cube, but instead of twisting, you can flip the squares instead.This small paper cube game can be flipped, turned, and folded over endless times, and when you get bored of on sequence, simply change to another. This is also simple to build and I would highly reccomend playing this with children. I enjoy playing with my small paper cube game, and I know you will to! Have fun!
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Step 1: Materials
You will need...
* A piece of construction paper
* Sharpie Marker
Step 2: Step 1:
Step 1: Fold your piece of paper in half twice so you end up with a piece of paper 1/4 the original size.
Step 2: Draw the diagram shown in the picture making sure that each square is 1"x1".
Step 3: Step 3:
Step 3: Cut on the outside of the figure, and not on the lines dividing the squares, and once they are cut out, keep them together and fold along the inner lines to make a crease as shown in the picture.
Step 4: Fold the figure into a cube and tape along the sides. Make all four figures into cubes.
Step 4: Step 5:
Step 5: Line up two of the cubes side by side and tape the tops of them together as shown in the picture. Do the same to the other two cubes as well.
Step 6: Tape the one set of cubes to the other set of cubes so they look like a cross as shown in the picture.
Step 5: Enjoy!
Now that you've made your very own addictive cubes, you are set for long car rides, and boring hours in the office! If you have any questions, comments, or tips, please post them below. Enjoy!