Make Your Own Eclipse Viewer

BoxerBox Pinhole Viewer Printable

If you don't have certified eclipse glasses, or you're just looking for another way to view the 2017 Great Eclipse, try out a pinhole viewer!

Using a pinhole viewer, you can project the eclipse and watch a shadow show as the moon blocks out the sun.

The process is pretty simple: You just need an empty cereal box, some paper, glue, tape and scissors, plus a little bit of aluminum foil.

Print out full instructions — and some custom decor — and follow along with the video to make your own BoxerBox pinhole viewer.

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