Cardboard And Creativity (STEM Everyday #35)

SINGLE WALL, 16/11/05, 6:04 pm,  8C, 2252x3002 (418+675), 80%, CENTREMARK,  1/10 s, R69.0, G68.0, B89.0
SINGLE WALL, 16/11/05, 6:04 pm, 8C, 2252×3002 (418+675), 80%, CENTREMARK, 1/10 s, R69.0, G68.0, B89.0

Creativity doesn’t have to cost a lot, take for instance how Caine took boxes left from his father’s parts store and made a realistic arcade. Join Chris Woods as he discusses how you to can use inexpensive items (take cardboard for instance) to get the kids to become creative and build.

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You can always reach Chris Woods at:

Twitter:@dailystem
Email: cwoods@clkschools.org

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