You will need:
tall, straight sided glass
Take one sheet of newspaper and tear it in half along the center line. Fold one of the half sheets in half again, by bringing the bottom up to the top. Press firmly along the fold.
Then make a tab/flap, by folding up about a 2-3cm lip along the bottom (folded), edge.
Take the glass and position it as shown, leaving an excess of newspaper on the left side.
Roll evenly and firmly along the lenght of the paper.
Once you reach the end, hold the newspaper firmly to stop it unravelling and press the ends inside the open end of the glass.
Carefully remove the glass, and using a chopstick, press down the bottom of the pot.
Using the glass the right way up, press the base of the pot firmly to squash down the layers.
Remove the glass and adjust the flap at the top so that it is overlapping the inner layer, securing the top of the pot.
One finished newspaper seedling pot, ready to be filled with soil.
The eager helpers got in on the action and turned out some surpisingly good pots. It was too much to contain their excitement, so after a quick trip to the shops to replenish our seed supplies, they were into the compost, filling the pots and sowing seeds!