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Perhaps playing “Call of Duty” or “Assassin’s Creed” you might want to try throwing a tomahawk. It is expensive and dangerous to play with a real tomahawk, but you can easily make it out of paper if you spend a little time on it and be creative!
How to make a tomahawk
On our portal, we somehow already published indian headdress masterclass and the lesson in which we did the totem, today we will supplement it with a “real” military weapon - a tomahawk. Together with an ax and a hat, your children’s games in Indians and cowboys will be more interesting. This lesson is quite simple and you can make this children's craft with your child. For work, we need foam, thick cardboard, scissors, yarn, a stationery knife, a stapler, beads and feathers of birds (it is desirable to find multi-colored feathers).
To get started, draw a hatchet pattern on a piece of paper and cut it out. Attach the template to a piece of polystyrene foam, circle it and use a clerical knife to cut out the detail of our ax.
From thick cardboard cut two strips. This will be the handle of our tomahawk.
Using a stapler, connect the handle of the ax with the ax.
Take the yarn and wind it on an ax, as in the photo below:
Now we wind the yarn on the handle of our ax.
That's all, our children's craft - the Indian Tomahawk is ready! It remains only to decorate our battle ax with beads and colorful feathers and start playing cowboys against the Indians.