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Make a fun scoop game for budding astronauts! Kids' imaginations will soar when they create this craft for a space-theme birthday party or a family picnic.
A day before the party, ask an adult to cut the bottoms off of at least two plastic gallon milk jugs to make scoops. If possible, make a personalized scoop for each party guest. Use Crayola® Glitter Glue to decorate the scoops with stars, moons, and planets. Dry.
On party day, your guests create their own comets from colored Crayola Model Magic. Try kneading two colors together. If you stop mixing midway, you get a marbled look. Press small dots of a different color into the comet for space dust. For a rough texture, poke and shape the surface with your fingers, or use craft sticks.
Use Crayola Scissors to cut strips of colored ribbon. Embed the ribbon ends into the comet by pressing with a craft stick.
To play the game, hold scoops by the handle with the bottom up. Place your comet in the scoop and toss to a partner who tries to catch it with another scoop. See how well you can Catch the Comet!
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