|My cereal box turned pinhole camera|
At first I planned on watching the eclipse on television. Then I got caught up in the hype. By the time I decided to join the eclipse party, all of the viewing glasses were gone from my local library. I went old school and made an eclipse viewer out of a cereal box.
ABC 7 Bay Area Meteorologist Drew Tuma created a fun and helpful DIY video on how to make a pinhole camera from a cereal box. More than likely, you have everything needed in your home: cereal box, tape, scissors, pen, white sheet of paper and foil. This can be a fun and quick project with the kids. Remember DO NOT LOOK INTO THE SUN.