Boomerangs have been used for centuries by indigenous people predominantly for hunting but also more recently for sport and entertainment. Creating a cardboard boomerang is a fun way to keep children active, allow them to use their creativity, fine motor skills and teach them about Aboriginal culture. For a fun afternoon activity, follow the below method!
What you will need:
- Pen or Pencil
- Paint in various colours
- Cotton buds
- Draw the shape of a boomerang on some
- Cut out the shape carefully.
- Using the cotton buds, create dots on the boomerang with paint.
- Traditionally, the colours used are earthy as the paint is made from natural resources. Allow your child to be creative and free with their design, creating patterns to fill each side of the boomerang.
- Allow to dry.
- Take the boomerang outside and take turns throwing it!
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