Practice with 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 inch measurement
2005, Agnes Azzolino
 
The resulting figure is 3 1/2 inches tall and almost 3 inches wide.
Start in the blank area and put a dot or point,
2 inches from the left edge of the paper and
3 inches below these printed lines.
Start at the point described above and create a continuous path.
 
1. right 1/4"
2. down 3/4"
3. right 3/4"
4. up 1 1/2"
5. right 1/4"
6. down 3/4"
7. right 1/4"
8. up 1"
9. left 1 1/4"
10. up 1/4"
11. right 3/4"
12. up 1"
13. right 1/4"
14. down 1/2"
15. right 1/4"
16. up 3/4"
17. left 1"
18. down 1/4"
19. right 1/4"
20. up 1/4."
21. right 1/4"
22. up 1/4"
23. left 3/4"
24. down 3/4"
25. right 1/4"
26. down 1/4"
27. left 3/4"
28. up 1/4"
29. right 1/4"
30. up 3/4"
31. left 3/4"
32. down 1/4"
33. right 1/2"
34. down 1/4"
35. left 1/4"
36. up 1/4"
37. left 3/4"
38. down 3/4"
39. right 1/4"
40. up 1/2"
41. right 1/4"
42. down 1"
43. right 3/4"
44. down1/4"
45. left 1 1/4"
46. down 1"
47. right 1/4"
48. up 3/4"
49. right 1/4"
50. down 1 1/2"
51. right 3/4"
52. up 3/4"

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