Jumping Jellyfish Kid’s Craft
EASY. QUICK. FUN… & Beachy! Here’s a great project for your little sea-loving folk! The cool thing about these Jumping Jellyfish is that that the kids are occupied making them… and then they can also enjoy playing with them!
Materials: 3 inch Styrofoam balls, foam cutter, DecoArt Americana paint in Dragon Fruit and Calypso Blue, thin elastic, Rik Rack, ruler, scissors, goggly eyes and glue. All materials available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.
Make your kiddos a space where it’s OK to paint, glue and get messy!
Step 1: Grown up cuts the styrofoam balls in half.
Step 2: Kiddos paint the styrofoam bright colors.
Step 3: Kiddos glue googly eyes on.
Step 4: Grown strings elastic through top of jellyfish, making a loop on top and a knot on the bottom.
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