Make a Bicycle with Us!

This week at Creative Clubhouse Stories, we'll be reading Fast Enough: Bessie Springfield’s First Ride! Get ready for class by creating your own bicycle with us!
Creative Clubhouse KIDS

What You’ll Need​

  • One Sheet of Paper
    (any color you’d like!)

  • Two Markers or Crayons

  • Two Cupcake Liners

  • Glue

What To Do

  1. Flatten your two cupcake liners and glue them to your colorful sheet of paper!
  2. In between your two cupcake liners draw a little circle. In that circle, draw a little star by making five lines.
  3. Draw dots in the center of your cupcake liners. Draw a straight line with a little dash on top from your star circle and the center of one of your cupcake liners (the one on your right).
  4. Draw a square connecting your lines, the circle in the center of the your left wheel, and your circle with the star in it.
  5. Using your second marker or crayon, draw a seat cushion, some decorations, and a pedal on your bike.

And now you have your bicycle!

Grown-Ups

Show us your little one’s bicycle on Instagram @nycchildrenstheater or email a picture to [email protected].

This month, Creative Clubhouse Stories is celebrating Black History! We will explore stories of black folks who have made an impact on history, music, science, and literature.

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