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FOIL BOAT   Toy Sailboat

You will need:
Baby foil loaf pan (5" x 3" x 2")
Non-hardening model clay
Flexible vinyl report cover
Bamboo skewer
Permanent marker and scissors
1. Gently pinch one short end of the loaf pan to shape the boat's bow, then straighten the
sides of the pan, if necessary. (If they lean out too much, the craft will be more apt to tip.)
2. Next, press a 1 1/4" wide ball of clay onto the center of the boat floor, sticking it securely
in place.
3. On the report cover, draw a triangular sail (about 7" high and 7" across the base). Cut
out the sail and make a tiny hole in the center about 1" from the top and another about 1."
from the bottom.
4. For a mast, cut a 9 1/2" length from the bamboo skewer and thread it through the holes in
the sail. Insert the mast bottom straight down into the clay.
5. Launch your boat in a tub, pool, or in your next Raingutter Regatta. Blow hard, but don't


bare foot with marble 


Divide the boys evenly into teams. Boys
remove their shoes and socks. Place two
marbles on the starting line in front of each
team. On a signal, the first player on each
team grasps a marble between the toes of
each foot and walks to the finish line, about
20 feet away. When he reaches the end, he
picks up the marbles and runs back to give
them to the next boy in line, who repeats the

References / Source:
Great Salt Lake Council

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