We finally got around to making some crayons. It took forever to peal all the crayons! We thought we had a huge bowlful... Turns out it only made 5 muffin tin crayons. Which is OK since it was a fun activity and the girls enjoyed watching the crayons melt before their eyes. Both girls are having fun using their homemade rainbow crayons.
I was trying to make a funky lantern... It is not so much a lantern but I think it came out pretty cool. Plus, the girls think it makes a funny hat. You need a paper towel tube, scissors and a stapler. Paint would make it look festive.
We need to melt crayons sometime.
I like your funky lantern thing. It could make a cute monster, too, if you decorated it with some googley eyes =)
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wow, the funky lantern caught my eyes...gonna be in my list-to-do with my kids :)
very cool valentine's day giftie or so I am told. I should definitely do this for T's classmates...beats cavities. How are you all doing? We are under almost 3 feet of snow here. Did you get any? Running a little low on sleep since Sydney is sick and not sleeping well. This too shall pass..more coffee? :)
LOVE the paper towel sculpture! Awesome.
the crayons would be fun! my dad used to make candles like this...with a wick in the center.
Oooh, first thing I thought when I saw your toilet roll tube creation was "bar magnet field lines". That could be an interesting way to reinforce a lesson on magnetism for young scientists!
But then I am a physics geek, so I see that sort of stuff in everything ;)
I love the tube sculpture! I just did a multi tube sculpture with my daughter. I want to do one of these sculptures with paint!
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