Ring Toss DIY with Perler Beads
This rainbow ring toss DIY made from Perler beads is the perfect activity for kids. It is super easy to make, incorporates a bit of educational fun, and is great for eye-hand coordination.
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Oh, Perler beads! Such a classic! Read on to see how we made this fun rainbow ring toss.
What You’ll Need
Ironing paper (or parchment paper)
What to Do
Begin by making your Perler bead rings. we started by making the largest sized ring we could, and we made it in red (although the photo below shows orange- the computer ate our red ring photo- oops!). Cover your beads with your ironing paper and iron them until your beads have thoroughly fused together. We set our iron on high heat and it only took several seconds for them to fuse together.
We continued this by making our next ring (orange) one size smaller. Continue doing this until you’ve made all your rings (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple).
Next, make a Perler bead stick by placing about 12 Perler beads in a row on a square pegboard, cover, and iron until fused. Once cool, glue to your wood disc with a hot glue gun.
Now it’s time to play!
How did your Perler bead rainbow ring toss turn out? Did you and the kids love making it? We had so much fun with this activity! We’d love to see you enjoying it – share with us on social media #theartkit.
Want more? Be sure to check out some of our other fun activities:
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