When the mercury creeps into dangerous zones, the freedom of summer becomes absolutely stifling, but if you’re on the hunt for some really cool projects for kids to do this summer, why not throw them J.R.R. Tolkien’s way to satisfy the reading itch and whip up an Eye of Sauron to cover science?
These LED Bubble Wrap Balls are one of the projects from the Children’s Museum of Houston, and all you need are a coin battery, an LED, a piece of bubble wrap, tape and scissors to shed a whole new light on a dull afternoon. With a little creativity, that Halloween costume could be done by August.
It’s not the best project for those with little ones who like to eat things and we’re a little surprised anyone would leave bubble wrap unpopped, but perhaps this will keep the kids from giving you the evil eye for one more day.
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