Disney Channel's Art Attack host Gaurav teaches you how to make an eco-friendly game on Children's Day.

Join Gaurav, host of Disney Channel's Art Attack and make yourself an eco friendly indoor game. You can customize and make it in whatever theme you want —Pirates, jungle etc.

You will need

1. Caps of Old Plastic Bottles – to make your Game Pieces

2. One big Cardboard Piece

3. Art Attack paste (made with one part glue and one part water)

4. Cardboard tube of an Old toilet paper roll

5. Old newspapers

6. Markers and colours

7. Scissors

8. Tape

9. Art attack paste (equal amounts of glue and water)

Method:

Step 1

Take the piece of cardboard and draw any shape you want. I have drawn the shape as shown in the image. Make a path. With the help of an adult cut the cardboard in the shape drawn as shown in the image.

Step 2

Now make trees and grass. To make the trunk of the tree, take the cardboard tube of the toilet paper roll and stick it to the centre of the board, with the help of tape.

Step 3

To increase the width of the tree take some old newspaper, fold and make strips. Stick it on the cardboard roll. Make paper balls and stick it with the tape to the top of the cardboard roll. Stick it with cellotape.

Step 4

Take pieces of newspaper and stick it on the tree with art attack paste. Cover the whole tree. To make the grass take crumbled pieces of newspaper and stick it around the tree. On the area around it, where the game has to be played, stick sheets of paper. This area should be smooth as here is where the game pieces are kept.

Step 5

Now! to do some colouring. Use dark green for the tree and brown for the trunk. For the grass use light green. Do some shading to make it look more real. With a black marker, divide the path into small parts. Make eco symbols like water taps, light bulbs etc., inside each part. Colour the individual parts wtih any two colours . Colour the start point black and white. Make sure your whole board is coloured and the newspaper can't be seen.

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Step 6

Voila! Your eco friendly game is ready! You can punish the player who reached the open tap spot and give an extra turn to the player who reached the closed tap spot.