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  • Jona S.

    Fun summer activity: Mini Marshmallow Shooters (or Pom Pom Poppers)

  • Jenny H.

    Great boy craft - marshmallow shooter

  • Melissa Smart-Bailey

    Marshmallow Shooter aka Pom Pom Popper! Great activity for kids and adults!

  • Lori Farnsworth

    Marshmallow shooter for Cub Scout invention night?

  • Jessica Scully

    Birthday craft idea? Marshmallow shooter aka Pom Pom Popper.

  • Kirsty Scholes

    Mini Marshmallow Shooters (or Pom Pom Poppers)! Easy to do kid craft. Use in a game to see who can launch their pompom the farthest. Would be lots of fun with bells or something else that makes noise! *repinned by

  • Dianne Rankin

    Make marshmallow shooters as craft activity then use in accuracy target game. Boys will love

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Mini Marshmallow Shooters (or Pom Pom Poppers). Really easy and inexpensive to make, but they can really launch a marshmallow! Idea from Real Simple via Come Together Kids

•1 tbsp. Elmer's white glue •food coloring •1/2 tsp. Borax powder (can be found in the laundry detergent aisle of most bigger stores) •3 tbsp. cornstarch •4 tbsp. warm water

Even though these aren't as bouncy as a store-bought ball, they're still a lot of fun to make and play with.