|My oldest proudly displaying her parachute
|Be sure to leave enough pipe cleaner at the end to attach to your toy
Now to attach your toy. It has to be something pretty light, but other than that the kids can pick what they want
|This little doll worked nicely, the arms helped keep the pipe cleaner from slipping
My middle child is so hilarious, when I saw her parachute up close, this is what I found:
|A precariously balanced horse is ready for flying lessons
|Houston, we are ready for launch sequence...
|They really do float down!
Be advised, your cats might look at you funny when you play this game:
|Hemi wonders, what the heck are these small humans up too??
|Floating Soaring Catching Air
Besides filling your house with giggles, the best part is that they ran up and down the stairs for almost an hour playing with these things! So secretly it can be an awesome energy burning work out to boot! This would be a great way to fill up a rainy afternoon when they can't go outside to play. My girls just loved this! You could also make targets and see if you could hit them, or do some physics experiments to see if heavier objects fall faster. What's not to love about kid ingenuity and fun!