How is paper made? By teagen, rio, millie, cregAn and oliver.

Have you ever wondered how to make paper?

First the wood is chopped down and taken to the factory.

Next the wood is debarked.

To get debarked it is put in a big machine that tumbles the wood around.

Then it is crushed in to little pieces of wood.

After that water is added which makes the pulp.

Then it is put onto a wire mesh to drain out all the water.

Once all the water has been drained out they put it through rollers to dry the paper.

This is paper when it is dried and put onto large rolls.

Finally the rolls of paper are sent to different factories.

Did you know?

- There are 40 trucks that have been collecting wood every day to make paper.

- Paper has been around since the Egyptian time.

Credits:

Created with images by targut - "Forest" • Gorupka - "wood" • Identity Photogr@phy - "bark" • Soorelis - "paper colorful color" • DavidHBolton - "Pyramids"

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