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>#368: Rainstick

>Make your own rainstick (can also be written as rain stick) with these simple instructions: To make a rainstick, you will need: empty paper towel roll, tin foil, 60 mL (1/4 cup) rice, white glue and stickers for decoration. 1) Take a small square of tin foil and glue it over one end of the

>#367: Make a Balloon Stick to the Wall

>’Tis the season for static electricity. Why not use it for fun? Did you know if you rub a balloon in your hair, it will build up static electricity on the balloon’s surface, making it able to stick to a wall? Try it! Make this a family activity: Get everyone adding a balloon to the

>#365: Make a Volcano

>Instructions for making a volcano: To make a BIG volcano, you will need: – 250mL (1 cup) Vinegar– 60 mL (4 tbsp) Baking Soda– Red food coloring—about 4 drops (optional)– Dish Detergent—about 6 drops– jar or bottle (This will be your volcano. Or a volcano can be made from clay or paper maché.)– stir stick

>#364: Musical Chairs

>Number of players for musical chairs: 5 or more. To play musical chairs, you will need: music, chairs (one for each player—minus two). Musical chairs rules: Place chairs in a circle, the seats facing out. One player is in charge of the music, the others are trying to get a chair to sit on when

>#363: Categories

>Categories can be a tricky game. If players are to keep the rhythm, this is a game best suited for ages 9 and up. If players don’t need to keep the rhythm, this game can be for younger players–ages 6 and up. Everyone sits in a circle and claps or slaps their legs to a