By the title of the post you might be able to tell that I’m excited about this latest art mom project.
The idea was adapted/inspired from a CD spinner project I saw in Family Fun. Their version could also work well for an earth day project.
If you are doing this for a large classroom, as I am, you’ll need some easily acquired materials:
Turns out the school cafeteria uses milk bottles now. So in 2 days, I acquired the 28 caps I needed from the kiddos. In a zip-top bag, these were easily disinfected. After letting them dry, they are ready to go!
You’ll also need one marble per kiddo. I got a bag of them at the dollar store.
CDs or DVDs that are all scratched up and ready to recycle! (People had loads of these!)
Finally, you’ll need a glue stick, some markers and a hot glue gun. The hot glue gun will be used by an adult only.
After they cut out the circle, put the label underneath a CD (one that doesn’t have a marble in it) to trace the inner circle. They can either cut the circle out OR just put it on top of the CD and pop a hole in the center of the paper. Honestly no one will see that part, the paper just needs room for the marble bump.