How To Make DIY Binoculars from Juice Bottles

After finishing a bottle of chocolate drink, I saw my son wash the bottle. I asked what he was going to do with it and he said he wanted to make his own binoculars. I reminded him that I was going to assist him because he would be using a cutter. I also asked him if I could record the process and he agreed.

This is super easy mode, but would require an adult to cut the bottom part of the bottles.

Materials:

  • two juice/chocolate drink bottles (bottles of mineral water will also work)
  • scotch tape
  • cutter
  • scissors
  1. Wash the bottles.

    Wash the bottles
  2. Remove the bottom part of the bottles using a cutter. Let an adult do this.

    Remove the bottom part
  3. Tape the bottles together.

    Tape the bottles together
  4. Add decorations (optional).

That’s it. It’s super easy. My kids use this to pretend they are in a safari looking for animals or sometimes, they act as soldiers and use these binoculars to look for enemies.

Here’s the one minute video of the whole process:

Have you tried doing one before? How differently did you make yours? What other items did you use? I’d love to learn from you. Share them below. =)

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