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    First:   Select the above right-hand image, then right-click save to your computer, then select and print out.
     
    Second: Glue the pattern to some cardboard. 
    Bristol board is excellent, or find some cardboard from a cereal box. 

    Third: Cut out the pattern, and connect the corners. 
    Use glue or tape to hold the box together. 

    Fourth: Use a pencil for the spinner. 

    Fifth: You will need many small items to play the game, such as buttons, pennies, 
    or you can even make the gelt out of cardboard squares. 

    Sixth: That's it! When the glue is dried and you have at least 2 players, 
    you are ready to play the game! 

    Dreidel Game Rules
    Give each player about 10 to 20 or more counters (pennies, buttons) to play the game.
    At the start, each player puts a counter in the middle. 
    Take turns spinning the Dreidel. 
    The letter that shows when the dreidel has stopped spinning tells you what to do. 

    Second: Glue the pattern to some cardboard. 
    Bristol board is excellent, or find some cardboard from a cereal box. 

    Third: Cut out the pattern, and connect the corners. 
    Use glue or tape to hold the box together. 

    Fourth: Use a pencil for the spinner. 

    Fifth: You will need many small items to play the game, such as buttons, pennies, 
    or you can even make the gelt out of cardboard squares. 

    Sixth: That's it! When the glue is dried and you have at least 2 players, 
    you are ready to play the game! 

    Dreidel Game Rules
    Give each player about 10 to 20 or more counters (pennies, buttons) to play the game.
    At the start, each player puts a counter in the middle. 
    Take turns spinning the Dreidel. 
    The letter that shows when the dreidel has stopped spinning tells you what to do. 

    Second: Glue the pattern to some cardboard. 
    Bristol board is excellent, or find some cardboard from a cereal box. 

    Third: Cut out the pattern, and connect the corners. 
    Use glue or tape to hold the box together. 

    Fourth: Use a pencil for the spinner. 

    Fifth: You will need many small items to play the game, such as buttons, pennies, 
    or you can even make the gelt out of cardboard squares. 

    Sixth: That's it! When the glue is dried and you have at least 2 players, 
    you are ready to play the game! 

    Dreidel Game Rules
    Give each player about 10 to 20 or more counters (pennies, buttons) to play the game.
    At the start, each player puts a counter in the middle. 
    Take turns spinning the Dreidel. 
    The letter that shows when the dreidel has stopped spinning tells you what to do. 




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