Ronit Subramanian was seven years old and he was the tallest student in his class. It made him feel very proud. But when he remembered some of the things he used to do as a small kid, he felt a little shy.
A long long time ago, elephants had small, shiny and beautiful noses. Vain that they were, they would always turn their noses up in the air when they passed by any other animal. They were plain show-offs.
If you wish to make a toy at home that does not take much time, then try this. It looks cute and can be added to your soft toy collection.
The things you need:
Fused bulb Cotton Adhesive Black pepper corns Velvet paper or the Indian ‘Bindi’ Scissors Step 1: Take a bulb and stick cotton on it, covering it completely.
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