Last Friday I gave a presentation to the Martin County Library in Stanton. Being that we are still in a severe drought, I thought it might be good to make several rainsticks in hopes of receiving some rain. I think it might just work! Anyway, we talked about where rainsticks originate and how they have been passed down for generations. We read "The Rainstick, A Fable," and the kids really enjoyed it. After everyone learned what rainsticks were, we made our very own. Here are some pictures from the presentation. It was a blast!
The materials for the rainsticks: Duct tape, feathers, toilet paper holders, rubber bands and pinto beans.
Here are the ones I made.
Everyone enjoyed personalizing their rainstick!
My favorite about this one is the "No Guys Allowed" sticker! haha.
This is cool!
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