A Look at Cubism by Sneed Collard

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Permission – when a person in charge says it’s okay to do something. sandal – a kind of shoe that is held on with straps. sandwich – two pieces of bread with a filling, such as meat, cheese, or peanut butter, between them. slice – a thin piece cut from something. strand – one of many threads or parts of a thread that make up something larger. tradition – a belief or practice passed through a family or group of people.

Kimono – a loose robe with wide sleeves worn in Japan. lengthwise – in the direction of the longest side. loop – a circle made by a rope, string, or wire. permission – when a person in charge says it’s okay to do something. sandal – a kind of shoe that is held on with straps. sandwich – two pieces of bread with a filling, such as meat, cheese, or peanut butter, between them. slice – a thin piece cut from something. strand – one of many threads or parts of a thread that make up something larger.

What you need carrots vegetable peeler sharp knife cutting board measuring cups & spoons 1 black olive ruler American cheese slices drinking straw hamburger bun lunch meat slices lettuce plastic lunch container cupcake liners sliced strawberries small crackers 28 directions 1 11 Peel a carrot. Cut off one round slice. Cut it into four pieces. Use the peeler to make ½ cup of carrot strips. Cut the olive in half lengthwise. Cut each half again lengthwise. 5 cm) across. 5 cm) across. 6 cm) across.

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