Barbie has marked her calendar for the solar eclipse — August 21. And she’s learned how to make a pinhole projector. Those living in the path of the eclipse — from the west coast of Oregon to the east coast of South Carolina — will be treated to a total solar eclipse. It’s the first time a total solar eclipse has passed from one coast to another in 99 years! Even if you’re not in its path, you might get to see a partial eclipse of the sun, definitely if you live in North America. Barbie and her sisters, Skipper and Stacie, want to see this rare event, but as their doctor tells them, “Looking directly at the sun during a solar eclipse is dangerous!” So Barbie shows her sisters how to make their own solar eclipse pinhole projectors in this video — and shows you, too. It’s so easy — all you need is a dark piece of paper, a white surface and a pencil. With one simple step, you have a pinhole camera, perfect for capturing the solar eclipse without harming your eyes. Now you’re ready for the total solar eclipse, too!
The dolls and play set included in this video are:
DWJ63 Barbie® Sisters Two-Pack Asst.
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