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A must for any space lovers


Material

  • 1 empty formula tin
  • 1 roll foil
  • 1 roll masking tape
  • 4 sheets coloured paper - red, yellow, green and blue

Method

  1. Cover formula tin in foil and stick with masking tape.
  2. Cut red and yellow paper into strips. Fold to form zig zags and tape to bottom of tin to form flames.
  3. Cut 3 triangles from the green paper to form wings, tape to foil body.
  4. Make a cone with the blue paper and tape to the top of the formula tin. (I had some difficulty hence the extra tape)

Notes

You could probably use any kind of tape if you wanted to try and hide it as masking tape is very obvious.




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  • chicken83
    • 15 Mar 2014
      9:50 pm

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  • Would be pretty cool as a book week prop!

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  • I like this. We don’t use formula so will have to find an alternative.

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  • Encouraging a love of science is a great thing to do. Thanks.

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  • Another great recycling project. Looks like lots of fun. Thanks

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  • Love this space craft project.


    • A good project for all ages and all genders – space is so appealing to so many children.

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  • A good project for a little boy to do!

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  • Very cute and fun! Thanks for sharing.

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  • Really great idea! Thanks for sharing this!

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  • Fabulous !! I have so many tins lying just like that !!

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  • I great idea to boost their imagination

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  • Aww I’d love to make this with my nephew, thanks for sharing :)

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  • My daughter loves this, thinks it’s very cool!

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  • this looks fun to make. thanks for posting this

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  • This is very cool – I don’t have any formula tins but am sure I can improvise with something else. I have a rocket fan at home so he will have heaps of fun making this!

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  • fab idea, thanks for sharing, know a few who would love to make this :)

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