I’m all about simple and easy things to do with the kids. I found this jewel searching the web.
To make your own water balloon parachute you’ll need a filled water balloon (not too full) and a plastic shopping bag with handles.
Loop the tied end of the water balloon around both of the shopping bag handles and tie it again just like you did to close the balloon when you filled it with water.
And that’s it! You’ve made your own water balloon parachute.
Now it’s time to play! Throw it up, watch the balloon expand, and then try to catch it as it lands.
Source: Water Balloon Parachute – Fantastic Fun & Learning
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