If you missed out on getting eclipse glasses, you're not out of luck yet. There are still ways to see Monday's eclipse without them.
A sheet of paper with a small hole poked through it can act as a mini projector, so can an old shoe box or a regular household colander. None of these alternatives require looking directly at the sun either.
Experts say that even during a total eclipse the only safe time to look at the sun without protective eye wear is if you are in the path of totality - when the moon completely covers the face of the sun.