I was inspired with this idea the other night. My son and I were outside looking at the stars and I was trying to show him the pictures in the stars, or the constellations. He is very interested in the planets, sun, moon, rockets, etc. So I had the idea to make our own with a flashlight. We took a piece of paper and poked holes in it. We used a pencil first to see what size they would make. Then, I took an empty oatmeal container and cut out the bottom. We taped the hole punched paper to the top and shined the flashlight through while in a dark room. It was a big hit. Then T wanted to make more "poke" pictures. He drew this great rocket and I punched holes on his lines with a tiny Philips head screwdriver. Then we went back into the dark room. Voila! A rocket on the wall. It was so fun. While we were racing the rocket on the walls, the kids began a game of "Smash"! One of them held the flashlight and the other would try to "smash" the light on the wall. That was hysterical! I love when one thing creates another. I took pictures of them playing in the dark, but those didn't quite come out right. Hope you get the idea anyway.