This glitterworks activity lets kids capture the rocket's red glare without ever lighting a match.
Many people love fireworks. They're a big part of what makes the fourth of July so exciting. So why not express your love of those explosive sky lights with brightly shining glitter?
What You'll Need:
- Black construction paper
- Fireworks designs
Cover your work surface with newspaper. Be creative -- try to draw your favorite fireworks display using black construction paper and a pencil. The pencil marks will show a little -- as shiny imprints.
Trace your explosion with a thin line of glue. Sprinkle glitter on the glue. Let the glue dry for five minutes, then carefully shake the excess glitter off the page and into the glitter container to recycle it.