How to Print a Wolf Mask

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How to Print a Wolf Mask
Kids may enjoy pretending to be a wolf. (wolf image by NataV from

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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Things you need

  • Computer
  • Printer

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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.

  2. 2

    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.

  3. 3

    Turn your printer on and make sure it is connected to your computer using the instructions that were included with the printer.

  4. 4

    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.

  5. 5

    Remove the printed wolf mask and let the ink dry for at least five minutes before cutting out the shape.

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