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The Brooding Hen: Tiny bow & arrow. Fair Play badge. Fun but a little hard for some. We made markers out of paper and kept score of how far they would go. I would do it again. I made them ahead of time. It would have been too hard for the Brownies to make I think. The older girls might could do it.
popsicle stick bow--soak at least one hour (hot water speeds the process, then notch. Bend into an arch, wedge into top of large, empty peaches can, forming a 'handle'. The edge inside the can holds the stick in place. (one can holds two sticks) When dry string with rubberband. (Bro Jack notched the popsicle stick once on each end and ran rubberband around bow and through notches, forming a semicircle, so there is only one bowstring without having to cut and tie the rubberband.
Miniature bows and arrows with q-tips and popsicle sticks, useful for various historical eras.
Fun memory game..popsicles. I used this idea for a Christmas gift for my 3 year old niece although I didn't use popsicle shapes. Just different scrapbook paper prints on one side and laminated with contact paper.
instructions on how to take a simple popsicle stick and turn it into a bracelet - I couldn't get this to work - maybe you'll have better luck