a’s m m A . .. e k a m Le t’s d a e H y g g n E w o d t n u o C You will need: • Empty egg shells (try to just break off the top to empty them, so you have a good size shell left to use) • Felt pens • Stick-on wobbly eyes (optional) • Cotton wool To make them: Step 1. Wash out the egg shells ready for your Bingster to decorate, and sit them in the egg box or egg cups to keep them steady (on a cotton wool cushion to raise them up a bit if you need to). Step 2. Draw on some funny faces, using the stick-on wobbly eyes if you’ve got some. And don’t forget to give the Eggy Heads names! Step 3. Put some cotton wool the size of a • Cress seeds • An empty egg box or egg cups cotton wool ball into the shells & dampen it with some water. Step 4. Sprinkle cress seeds all over the Step 5. Pop them on a windowsill where cotton wool – good coverage will give you a full head of hair. there’s lots of light, and wait for the hair to sprout. It’ll only take a couple of days. To see the hair fully grow it will take seven sleeps. Step 6. Because waiting is SO hard, your Bingster could use our Eggy Head chart to count down the days. Colour in an egg for each day passed. Step 7. Add a little bit of water if the cotton wool dries out, but not too much. Step 8. Don’t forget to share a photo of your Eggy Head on our Facebook page and let us know what it’s called. Please use caution and your own good judgement about which steps your Bingster can safely be involved in. © 2016 ACAMAR FILMS LTD.
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