#1: Cut the top off the milk carton. Then cut the milk carton into the shape shown in the picture below.
#2: Punch a hole on each side of the milk carton and one on the bottom back hole
#3: Thread the rubber band through the hole in the bottom back and use a toothpick to hold the rubber band in place.
#4: Push one of the pencils through the holes in the side of the carton
#5: Cut the bottom of the small box in half and tape it to the end of the second pencil.
#6: Loop the rubber band underneath the first pencil and over the opposite end of the second pencil
#7: Fold down the front flap of the milk carton and tape it down
#8: Put a marshmallow into the small box and pull back firing at the “enemy”.
July 20. 2009 05:31
I love your site. It's full of creative ideas of crafts making... I think it's very important to build the creativity of the child.
March 12. 2010 18:34
Step #9 - Try to fire the marshmallow into your enemy's mouth! What a lovely, fun way to start learning about physics. A great basis for all the theory they will be getting later on, in school. The pencils or sticks and the milk carton could be decorated, as well.
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