Play a tune to enter to win a Pebbles™ Cereal Guitar!
Here is how to enter:
- Team up with your kids and perform one of the music activities at PEBBLEScereal.com.
- Snap a picture or video of your performance.
- Share it with the hashtag #yabbadabbadoo on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram
> Explore Music Activities To Doo At PebblesCereal.com
Make An Ice Cream Bucket Drum
Ratta-tat-tat away on this easy-to-make drum kit.
- 2 plastic ice cream containers with lids (we like the 1 gallon size!)
- 1 piece of printer paper
- Pebbles™ Cereal
- Drum sticks or wooden spoons
Here’s what to do:
- To make the tom-tom drum, take the handle off an empty ice cream container. Put the lid on. Done!
- To make the snare, take the handle and the lid off an empty ice cream container. Place a piece of printer paper on top of the opening.
- Spread a layer of Pebbles™ Cereal on the paper.
- Put the lid back on, and get drumming.
Make A Craft Stick Harmonica
Music is everywhere! Here’s an instrument you can make minutes.
- 3 craft sticks
- 1 wide rubber band
- 2 thin rubber bands
Here’s what to do:
- Stretch the wide rubber band over the long edges of one stick.
- Use a damp sponge to wet the middle of the other two sticks, then gently bend them so that they are shaped more like arcs.
- Place the stick with the rubber band in between the other two sticks. The arcs of those sticks should bulge outwards, away from the center stick.
- Secure the three sticks together by wrapping each end in a thin rubber band.
- Blow or hum into your new harmonica. Instant tunes!
Easy Find-a-Card Trick!
Here’s a quick card trick to astonish your pals!
- A standard deck of playing cards
Here’s what to do:
- Ask someone in the audience to shuffle or mix up the cards.
- Pull up the second, third and fourth cards from the back of the deck to create a fan-shaped display. Keep the top card in place—your audience doesn’t know about this card. This is the key to the trick.
- Show the audience the cards. Remember, they think the three cards you are displaying are the top cards.
- Ask someone in the audience to select a card by pointing at individual fanned cards and saying “one,” “two” or “three.” (See how we label them in the photo.)
- If the audience selects “one,” count “one” and without showing it, take the top card (the card they don’t know about) and place it into the middle of the deck.
- If the audience selects “two,” count “one” and take the top card and place it into the middle of the deck.
- And then count “two” and without showing it, take the next card and place it into the middle of the deck. If the audience selects “three,” count “one” and take the top card and place it into the middle of the deck. Count “two” and then take the next card and place it into the middle of the deck. Count “three” and without showing it, take the next card and place it into the middle of the deck.
- This is where things get fun. The audience doesn’t know that the card they chose is actually still on the top of the deck.
- Now, say a magic word and go a magicians wave. You can now show the audience that—voila— their card has mysteriously risen to the top of the deck.
This magical craft project is totally tubular! Follow this guide to add another trick to your repertoire!
- Two sheets of construction paper — 8.5″ x 11″ works great. Make sure each sheet is the same color.
- Clear adhesive tape
- Ribbons (wrapping ribbons are fine) or a thin silk scarf
Here’s what to do:
- Roll one sheet of paper into a cylinder and tape it on the seam. Then roll the other sheet of paper into a cone shape, where the wide end is just slightly smaller than the opening of the cylinder. Tape that seam, too.
- Insert the cone into the tube and trim the edges on the wide end so that they are in line with the edge of the cylinder. Then tape the wide edges of the cone and cylinder together. When the audience looks at that end of the cylinder, it will actually seem like it’s one tube.
- BUT, what they won’t know is that on the other end, there is space between the narrow end of the cone and the cylinder where you will be able to hide ribbons (curled wrapping ribbons work nicely) or even a thin silk scarf.
- To perform the trick, show the closed end of the tube to your audience to assure them that the tube is empty. If you want to add a little drama, hold the tube up to your eye, like a telescope. Just make sure you never show your audience the end of the tube where you’ve stuffed the ribbons.
- Now, with great magician flair, slowly pull the ribbons out of the tube.
- Presto-O, Change-O! You are officially a magician.
Cereal Box Airplane
Make a crazy cool airplane out of a Pebbles Cereal box.
- 1 Cereal Box
- Download and print the Airplane Template here: Download
- Cut out the airplane parts from the template (ask an adult to help).
- Break down the cereal box until it is flat.
- Trace the airplane parts onto the inside of the flattened cereal box with a pencil.
- Cut out the airplane parts from the lines you just traced (ask an adult to help).
- Assemble the airplane as follows:
- The wing goes in the front slot in the carrier
- The tail goes in the back slot in the carrier
Enjoy endless amounts of fun flying your Pebbles™ airplane
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