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DIY Maracas

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This week’s craft is DIY maracas! They are fun to use and you can take them anywhere. All you will need to make this craft is 2 plastic spoons, plastic egg (the one for Easter egg hunting), tape, and uncooked rice. First, you are going to fill your egg halfway with rice. Be sure not to fill the whole egg or else it won’t shake well. Then take your two plastic spoons and tape them to the side of the egg. Lastly, tape the handles of the spoons together on the end. Then you are done! There are many other ways to jazz up your maracas by using colorful eggs, cool spoons, and pretty tape. Have fun shaking the maracas!

 

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Noelle Chua, Contributor

Noelle Chua has been a student at St. Philip the Apostle School for 9 years and is currently a member in Student Council. She likes writing about sports, crafts, and student news. This is her second year on the Falcons Flyer Staff.

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