Black wall mount mailbox – Do-it-yourself cardboard boxes are a fun activity for kids, whether you’re doing one for a classroom post office lesson, for Valentine’s Day or just for playing at home. They are a great tool to teach the children the concepts and procedures that are included in the mailing a letter. Fill the children with envelopes, cards and small boxes for hours for imaginative play. Collect and use recycled cartons and spend quality family time with your child or creative art time with your class making a cardboard mailbox.
Prepare Cardboard Box
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A tray of copy paper works well for your own black wall mount mailbox. Use one that has delivered two paper-high stacks side by side and has a loose lid. Cut the edge of the lid with a knife, giving a flat cardboard piece. Action 4 inches down from one short side of the paper box at the bottom and highlight. Center and draw a rectangle 3 inches tall by 7 inches wide below the mark. Cut the rectangle using a knife. This is the mailbox on the front of your mailbox. Put the box with the mail tray against you and on top. Turn the window aside and cut a door 4 inches wide and 7 inches long. Place it 2 inches up from the bottom and centered on the side of the copy cardboard box.
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Paint the entire outside of the black wall mount mailbox with clear blue temperate color. Have your children or your students do this the first day for best results. Repeat additional strings to completely cover all words or print carton. Allow the paint to dry properly. Use 3-inch long letter stencils and a pen to draw the word “mail” an inch under the front mailbox. Paint letters with bright yellow or red temperate color.