Noisemaker Easy for Kids to Make to Celebrate Canada Day
Summer festivities are in full swing, including events celebrating national and regional holidays. Help celebrate Canada Day by transforming ordinary sticks into amazing noisemakers.
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National and regional holidays are often filled with traditional celebrations. We look forward to watching a parade trundle down Main Street, or riding the Ferris Wheel at least 12 times, or eating too much cotton candy!
Noisemakers are often used at celebrations, and they're not just for New Year's Eve.
Bells and ringers can be part of the fun any time of year!
This simple craft is easy to make using everyday materials. And while it's fun to shake and rattle, fortunately it's not quite as noisy as the fireworks you might be enjoying later.
Related: Confetti Fireworks Art Activity
Supplies for noisemakers
- maple leaf template
- narrow ribbon
Instructions for noisemakers
1. Cut a maple leaf from a napkin.
2. Glue the maple leaf to cardboard or cardstock and laminate.
3. Tape the stem of the maple leaf to a stick.
4. Tie ribbon around the stick.
5. Lace bells onto the ribbon.
This simple activity will be a fun addition to your Canada Day celebrations.
Ring the bells for Canada Day!
Find more ways to celebrate on our Canada Day Pinterest board.