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Cut up an old sheet into squares at least 6 inches by 6 inches. Gather the fabric to make a head, stuff it with dry beans or even a sheet of paper wrinkled up, and encircle it with a rubber band. Voila -- instant ghost! These can be hung from the ceiling or from a clothesline stretched across the classroom after writing each child's name on his or her ghost. Dim the lights and play a clip of spooky ghost sounds to present the finished project.
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