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Super Mario Question Block Bank

Super Mario Question Block Bank

The Super Mario question block is the best place to find coins — so why not fill it with some of your own? Kids can make this simple craft with just a Kleenex box, paper, scissors, and glue, and you’ll feel good about upcycling the tissue boxes that usually go in the recycling.

What You Need

Super Mario Question Block Bank

  • Square tissue box
  • Question mark template (link below)
  • Yellow construction paper, two sheets
  • Gold construction paper
  • 5/8″ hole punch (optional)
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Pencil

Get Started!

Begin by measuring and cutting two pieces of the yellow construction paper, each 9 inches long and 5 inches wide.

Super Mario Question Block Bank

Trace the top part of the box on the remaining yellow construction paper, and cut out the square. Cut an oval shape into the square for a place to drop the coins (or any small collection).

Next, fold the two long pieces of the yellow construction paper in half, and glue them on the sides of the tissue box. Glue the square on the top of the box. Trim pieces as needed.

Super Mario Question Block Bank

Use the 5/8″ hole punch, or trace a dime and cut it out, for 16 small circles of the gold construction paper. Glue them to each corner on every side.

Super Mario Question Block Bank

Next, print this question mark template. Carefully cut out each question mark.

Super Mario Question Block Bank

Glue the question marks in the center of the box’s four sides.

Super Mario Question Block Bank

Once the glue is dry, your question block is complete!

Super Mario Question Block Bank

You can even use a Kleenex box that isn’t empty, and you’ll first get to enjoy the question mark tissues before using the box as a bank or keepsake box!

 

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