The process started by drawing on a paper cylinder, and once complete, it was set on the kaleidoscope.
The children were free to create what they wanted, so each design was unique. Once reflected in the kaleidoscope, the designs look quite different, so the person viewing can constantly make new discoveries in their designs.
The children added the finishing touches to their one-of-a-kind kaleidoscopes by using stickers and decorative paper. Although there was a scheduled tea time, it was cut short because everyone was so interested in completing their creations.