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DIY BINOCULARS + SCAVENGER HUNT PRINTABLE

September 10, 2019

By September 10, 2019Crafts + Activities
Diy Binoculars Scavenger Hunt Printable

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ITEMS NEEDED

2 Toilet Paper Rolls

Yarn, Ribbon and/or Tape

Scissors

Glue

Hole Puncher

Twine

The weather is finally starting to cool down (it had been over 100 degrees!), so we’ve been going on a lot more walks lately. After reading the book Tiny, Perfect Things I thought it’s be fun to go on our own hunt for tiny, perfect things, so I created a picture scavenger hunt and diy binoculars craft to do with the girls.

To print the scavenger hunt: click here, then go to <file> and then <print> or you can right click the image to open it in a new window and print it from there.

DIY Binoculars:

Step 1: Decorate each toilet paper roll individually. Wrap yard or ribbon around them, place tape on them, etc.

Step 2: Glue the two toilet paper rolls together. (If you have an impatient toddler like me, you can use a hot glue gun).

Step 3: Use a hole puncher to put a hole on either side and thread the twine through each hole punch and tie a knot.

I hope you have fun finding all the tiny, perfect things on your walk.

XO, Kacie

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