Riverbeds, craters or other features may be shared by adjoining boards.  Spokespersons for each group communicate to insure that any common features shared by adjoining landscapes will match up when the boards are placed together.  Forming crumpled newspaper into desired shapes and taping the landform shapes to the board with masking tape create the landforms.  Before continuing the papier mâché process, the boards are placed together to verify that adjoining landscapes match.



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