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This craft was inspired from our camping trip in Darwin during the June holidays this year. Besides crocodiles and different species of birds he learned, my boy also got to know about aboriginal's culture and art. One of the infamous instrument would be the didgeridoo. He was so fascinated with it that he made one for himself one day using toilet rolls. I was absolutely at awe with his creation! Then, I suggested to give it a good paint by mimicking the aboriginal art. We did not complete it the same day but painted when he was in the mood to do so (otherwise, Mommy would be the one painting). And we brainstormed (like in the classroom) the colours by writing down on a white board. He also chose to draw a rainbow serpent on it. We painted the background in red first before proceed to draw the rainbow serpent with a black marker. I helped him to outline its head for a start and the rest he did himself. Then, finished with blue paint, dots of white and yellow paint. The product turned out entirely different from the original plan. Nevertheless, my boy proudly showed his masterpiece to our dear Papa that evening. Daddy, of course, gave a thumbs up for it!! Do you like it ? I do very much :)) Here are the materials we used.
- Toilet rolls - Insert each roll together to form a long tube
- Paper tape - Tape it
- Black marker - Outline
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