Stack 2 craft sticks together, and wrap a rubber band around the very end. Separate the 2 craft sticks. Place the stack of 5 craft sticks between the 2 craft sticks. Wrap a rubber band around all of the craft sticks to hold the catapult together.
Punch a hole through the edge of the straw opposite the cup. Cut a rubber band and slide it through the hole. Slide the rubber band around the point of the triangle and tie knot. The knot should be tight but it should still allow the straw arm to move.
Take 9 popsicle sticks and secure them with a rubber band on one side, then take a popsicle stick, place it between some of these vertically and secure the second end. Now take a plastic spoon and attach it to the vertical stick with a rubber band. You are done!
You can legally purchase a slingshot in Queensland, the ACT and Tasmania, but not in NSW, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia or the Northern Territory. … Homemade slingshots for use by a child in the course of play are permitted. Victoria: Slingshots are classified as a prohibited weapon.
You can cut notches in the top of the stick to hold the elastic in place. Tie the elastic onto each side of the stick, and then stitch a strip of felt or foam across the center. And you are ready to use your fabulous new toy!
Make your snowballs roughly the size of a baseball. Cup your hands, place them in the snow, and bring them towards each other. Squeeze the snow together to start compacting the snow into a snowball. Don’t make your snowballs too large, they can be hard to throw accurately.
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