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Hi, my name is Brittney Gilliam. In this 'How To' demonstrational speech I am going to teach you how to wrap a present.
Card 1-Introduction
The purpose of this speech is to inform and also show you how to wrap a present.
Card 2-Purpose
To Wrap a Present you wil need:
Wrapping Paper
Tape
Scissors
A bow(which is optional)
Card 3-Materials
1.Cut a piece of wrapping about twice the size of your gift, open up your paper and make sure you have at least 2 inches of excess wrapping paper on the top and bottom. If you have more then 2 inches, then you should cut off the leftover paper.
2.After that you are going to place your present in the middle of the wrapping paper.
3.Bring the right side of the wrapping paper to the top of the box and tightly tape the paper to the box, and repeat this same step on the left side.
4.Right now you have a wrapped present with the two ends opened.
5.Now starting at one of the opened ends you are going to push(with your thumbs)the left and right side of the paper towards the middle.(After doing this you should have two triangles, one on the top and one on the bottom.)
Card 4-Procedure(Steps 1-5)
6.After having made the two triangles you are going to bring the top triangle down and tape it tightly to the box.
7.After doing this, you are going to bring the bottom triangle up and tape just as the first one.
8.Repeat steps 5-7 on the other opened end.
9.After completing these steps you should have a wrapped present.
10.If you have one, now would be the time to place a bow on the wrapped gift, to give it the final touch.
Card 5-Procedure(Steps 6-10)
Personally, I think that wrapping presents make the excitement of
opening them more enjoyable. During Christmas nobody comes out of their
rooms in the morning and just sees a bunch of unwrapped presents lying
around and gets excited. I mean the excitement is opening them and
seeing what you got. I guess for me unwrapping presents at birthday
parties and other holidays just seems like tradition.
Card 6-Personal Background
There is another type of wrapping, mainly used when you do not have the time to wrap a present the way I just described.
The materials needed to wrap the present this way would be:
Tissue Paper
A Nice Decorated bag

With these materials, all you have to do is place your present inside the tissue paper, give it a little twist, and then place the present inside the bag. And there you have it.
Card 7-'A different type of wrapping'
And with that I conclude my demonstrational speech, hopefully I have given enough information for you to be able to wrap a present the next time the oppurtunity presents its self.
Card 8-Conclusion
Hi, my name is Brittney Gilliam. In this 'How To' demonstrational speech I am going to teach you how to wrap a present.
Card 1-Introduction
The purpose of this speech is to inform and also show you how to wrap a present.
Card 2-Purpose
To Wrap a Present you wil need:
Wrapping Paper
Tape
Scissors
A bow(which is optional)
Card 3-Materials
1.Cut a piece of wrapping about twice the size of your gift, open up your paper and make sure you have at least 2 inches of excess wrapping paper on the top and bottom. If you have more then 2 inches, then you should cut off the leftover paper.
2.After that you are going to place your present in the middle of the wrapping paper.
3.Bring the right side of the wrapping paper to the top of the box and tightly tape the paper to the box, and repeat this same step on the left side.
4.Right now you have a wrapped present with the two ends opened.
5.Now starting at one of the opened ends you are going to push(with your thumbs)the left and right side of the paper towards the middle.(After doing this you should have two triangles, one on the top and one on the bottom.)
Card 4-Procedure(Steps 1-5)
6.After having made the two triangles you are going to bring the top triangle down and tape it tightly to the box.
7.After doing this, you are going to bring the bottom triangle up and tape just as the first one.
8.Repeat steps 5-7 on the other opened end.
9.After completing these steps you should have a wrapped present.
10.If you have one, now would be the time to place a bow on the wrapped gift, to give it the final touch.
Card 5-Procedure(Steps 6-10)
Personally, I think that wrapping presents make the excitement of
opening them more enjoyable. During Christmas nobody comes out of their
rooms in the morning and just sees a bunch of unwrapped presents lying
around and gets excited. I mean the excitement is opening them and
seeing what you got. I guess for me unwrapping presents at birthday
parties and other holidays just seems like tradition.
Card 6-Personal Background
There is another type of wrapping, mainly used when you do not have the time to wrap a present the way I just described.
The materials needed to wrap the present this way would be:
Tissue Paper
A Nice Decorated bag

With these materials, all you have to do is place your present inside the tissue paper, give it a little twist, and then place the present inside the bag. And there you have it.
Card 7-'A different type of wrapping'
And with that I conclude my demonstrational speech, hopefully I have given enough information for you to be able to wrap a present the next time the oppurtunity presents its self.
Card 8-Conclusion