Glue on buttons, googly eyes, yarn, fabric scraps and whatever else you have around the house to design your characters, then put on a puppet show. 9. Oobleck dough This mysterious substance is liquid when still and solidifies when touched. Bellevue, WA, 2001. Incredible Ice Cream Machine, becker&mayer! This project is from «Paper Goods Projects: A Super Make-It Book.» To make Saturn’s ring, trace a large circle on a piece of scrap corrugated cardboard from a large box, or from the clean top of a pizza box.
Fold cover and pages in half (fold each page individually for best results). Nest all pages together, open journal and staple twice along the center fold. To add a tied closure, staple a ribbon or string to the spine. Paint each balloon planet and, when dry, hang from individual strings to create the solar system. 8. Puppets Turn wooden spoons into goofy puppets. Determine the mast placement on the side of an empty plastic bottle and use a needle to pierce through on both sides.
New York, 2009. The Icky, Sticky and Gross Fascinating Factbook, Mud Puddle Books, New York. Parks and Recreation: Check with your city’s parks and recreation department for craft and art classes for kids. Measure and cut five sheets of blank copy paper to 7 by 5 ½ inches. Shar has written over 70 books and book/kits, primarily on hands-on science for children.
Decorate with stamps or drawings. 5. Soda bottle boats These boats from Cloud 9’s e-book will provide outdoor water fun once they’re complete. Inflate a variety of colors of round balloons to different sizes. To make Saturn, rest the dried cardboard ring over the edge of a table and a chair and inflate the balloon right into the center, overinflating slightly so that it stays snug in the ring. This paper presents the results of a high-altitude balloon flight test of a He3 cryostat recently developed for the cooling of bolometers in balloon-borne experiments in astronomy and aeronomy.
Shar Levine (born 1953 in Edmonton, Alberta) is an award-winning, best selling Canadian children’s author, and designer. Build Your Own Backpack Alarm, Scholastic Press, New York, 2006. Super Secret Formula Lab, Scholastic Press, New York, 2006. Secret Formula Lab: Smart Lab, becker & mayer!
Bellevue, WA, 2008. Smart Lab- Extreme Secret Formula Lab, becker&mayer! Use the string to control the boat. 6. Paper plate masks With a little creativity, paper plates can become animal masks.
Have kids choose ribbons and cut them to the same length or varying lengths. Hot-glue a wine cork to each side of the bottle.
Glue a wooden dowel onto the back of one side of the mask. 7. Balloon planets Create a solar system using round balloons. Joann Fabric and Craft Stores: Kid and teen sewing and crafting classes ($25 to $45). Find a class at /classes. Shar Levine, or Sciencelady as she is known professionally, frequently speaks at Writer’s Festivals and at teacher/librarian conferences.
Cut ears from the ruffled edge of another plate. Combine 1 cup cornstarch, 1/2 cup water and a drop or two of food coloring in a bowl and mix with a spoon until it comes together. Bellevue, WA, 2002. Build your own TV remote control, becker&mayer!
Home Depot: Free kids workshops the first Saturday of each month. On Aug. 6 at 9 a.m. make a rolling skateboard pencil case. Playthings 1989, Merchandising Achievement, Award of Merit Department Design. Here are a handful of projects to try at home. 1. Rainbow wind sock Turn an empty gallon milk jug into a colorful wind sock kids will love to fly around the yard with.
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