The paper fortune teller, a fun game to make and play with friends.

Ava M. and Avery M, Staff Writers

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The paper fortune teller has many parts and features. The fortune teller has 4 outside areas that generally have a color, design, or shape drawn or written on them. In the center flats of the fortune teller there are numbers to choose from and under the flaps lay a  funny fortune.

     Fortune telling first arose from the renaissance era and folk tales. The idea was soon adopted by other culture and was spread to America. Today kids and adults everywhere play fun games with their fortune telling devices.

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