Reply 3 years ago. Learn how your comment data is processed. Choose a template: Sign up for our newsletter. The first one is our wizard with his phone. I also have three thaumatropes ready for you to print out and use.
I wonder if they can be made with more "pages" and become sort of like a flip book! H ello. Such a fun and classic toy that astutely irresistible!
I Made It! This is a fun little animation project that uses the ancient japanese art of paper dioramas tatebanko - yet moves. A string is then threaded through each end so when the disc is spun, the two images appear as one. The second on is Will with his phone and the third one is a traditional bird in a cage.
And you have a few options from here depending on what you are using for your circle. If you are using regular paper then go ahead and color them and cut them out.
Cereal box cardboard will probably work fine too. Want More Free Activity Ideas? Join our newsletter and as a thank you, I'll send you a list of 10 waiting games.
These are brilliant — thank you! Get the free list, plus step by step instructions for 2 sample projects. You look inside the peephole to see a scene that is two feet away. These next two pictures show the two sides of the Thaumatrope. The instructions are below…let me know how you get on.
Comments We love Thaumatropes!!!!! Subscribe to our newsletter and as a thank you, receive 10 waiting games kids can play anytime anywhere. Thaumatropes are traditionally made by drawing complementary images on two sides of a disc. Place a piece of double sided tape on the straw and apply the first paper circle.