With stories like Peter and the Wolf, Little Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs, your little one may want to pretend he’s a wolf. While using his active imagination can sometimes be enough, giving him a wolf mask adds a hands-on play element to his game of pretend. Printing a wolf mask is a simple task for anyone skilled in computer use.
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Open the file for the wolf mask. You could draw your own in a computer graphics program or use the one linked under "resources." If you find another one online, you may want to save it to your computer. For a template that doesn’t offer you instructions to save it, you can right click and save.
Insert paper into your printer. Since you’ll be printing a mask, you may want to use thicker paper than normal, such as a card stock. This will make the mask more durable.
Turn your printer on and make sure it is connected to your computer using the instructions that were included with the printer.
Print the file. On most computers, this is done by hitting the print button of the program that opened the wolf mask file. Depending on your printer type, a box may then pop up that gives you the option to select the paper size, paper type and size. Be sure to select the "full page" option.
Remove the printed wolf mask and let the ink dry for at least five minutes before cutting out the shape.
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