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Paper Plate Frisbees

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Paper plate frisbees

Paper plates always turn into frisbees around here so we figured why not do it on purpose for once 😉

Paper plate frisbees

The boys first put one together by stacking two plates face to face and stapling in a few spots on the edge.

Paper plate frisbees

We wrapped some duct tape around to secure the plates more and protect against paper and/or staple cuts.

Paper plate frisbees

I suggested making another one with the middle cut out.

Paper plate frisbees

We protected the edges of this one with duct tape as well.

Paper plate frisbees

After some testing the boys decided that the one with the hole cut out flew better outside because the wind couldn’t grab onto it as much.

Paper plate frisbees

Paper plate frisbees

After some practice, they were able to fly them about the same inside.

We are in the second week of Summer Camp Matherial Themed Weeks! This week is paper plate week where we’ll share an activity using paper plates each day. If you have an activitiy please share it here or on our Facebook page! We’ll try and do a round up at the end of each week.

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Allison Waken is a wife, mom of boys and Phoenix, AZ native. She has been creating inspiring content for All for the Boys since 2011. Allison loves travel, movies and spending as much time as possible with her family while she can!

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  1. I've just been looking at paper plate frisbees in a kids' activity book – they cut the holes in each plate, before stapling them together. It makes the hole uneven, but easier to cut. Your addition of tape around the edges is genius!

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