Safari Binoculars

Don't forget to take your binoculars! You'll need them when searching for lost cities of gold or a herd of wild elephants. Each boy will need two toilet paper tubes to make his safari binoculars. Cover one end of each tube with a 3-inch circle of colored cellophane and tape it securely. Tape construction paper around each tube and then tape the tubes together. Poke a hole near the viewing end of each tube and string a 2-foot piece of yarn between them to form a neck strap.

 

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