Turn two paper plates into a Frisbee-like paper plate flying disc with this week’s Camp PBS Parents craft! This project is not only a fun craft but also encourages the kids to get outside and enjoy some outdoor activity. There is nothing more gratifying than getting creative and then being able to play with your craft afterwards! Invite your friends outside to throw the disc around. How far can you throw it?

Materials:

  • 2 paper plates
  • hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • paint and paintbrushes
  • scissors

Instructions

    1. Paint two paper plates any color you like. Set them aside and allow them to dry.Step One Paint PlateSet aside and allow to dry
    2. Once your plates are fully dry, cut a circle out of the center of each plate.Cut out circle in plates
    3. Hot glue the plates together so that they form a disc. The curved sides of the plates should face outward. Glue along the inside around the edges.Glue plates togetherGreat job! You are all set! Toss your new Paper Plate Flying Disc around outside with friends and see how far or how high you can throw it!Paper Plate Disc final

Caroline Gravino is a PBS Parents resident crafter and has more creative project ideas on her website, Salsa Pie Productions. She also shares videos on the PBS Parents YouTube channel.

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