DIY: Plastic Cup Phones

Posted by Nate Wek on
PBS Parents

Turn two simple plastic cups and a string into a phone with this cool craft! Great for starting a conversation about how sound travels, this craft project also acts as a toy phone! One person stands at the end of one cup and puts the cup to their ear. The other person holds the cup to their mouth and speaks. Pull the string tight so the vibrations will travel through the string and you can talk just as if you are using a phone!

Materials

  • Two Plastic Cups
  • String
  • Scissors
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