Super Easy Thaumatropes Project for Kids

October 8, 2013Allison Murray

Super Easy Thaumatropes Project for Kids at Mom Spark!

Have you ever played with a thaumatrope? On a paper disc, the two sides of a different but complementing image. There are strings attached to each side, that when spun make the images appear to combine. It’s a whole lot of fun!

Over at Mom Spark this week I have shared a really easy tutorial so that you and the kiddos you know can make thaumatropes and keep busy. There are both options for using scissors or a fancy Silhouette cutting machine (with free files) in the event that you have one.

Super Easy Thaumatropes Project for Kids at Mom Spark!

So click on over and check it out – they’re a ton of fun and easy to boot! Halloween Kid’s Craft – Easy Thaumatropes.

Comments (2)

  • Ниакрис

    October 9, 2013 at 8:16 PM

    Such an easy and fun project. My baby in vostoroge from spinning ball! I also really like :)

    1. Allison

      October 10, 2013 at 8:01 AM

      I’m so glad – I hope y’all have fun with them!

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