cardboard

Cardboard Chair Project
Inspiration for making a chair from a 4′ x 8′ piece of cardboard.
Cardboard Chairs – STEM Portfolio: By Daria Hoang
For this project, we built chairs out of solely cardboard. We could make chairs with any size, shape, and design. The only restrictions/criteria were: Single-ply cardboard No use of fasteners or glue
Precision Cardboard Saw – Makedo Cardboard Construction
the fine saw-toothed edge enables excellent maneuverability for straight or curved cuts and allows cutting upwards or downwards. You can even follow fine patterns and circular paths.
Makedo – Cardboard Construction – Makedo Cardboard Construction
Makedo is a simple to use, open-ended system of tools for creative cardboard construction. Build imaginative and useful creations from upcycled (repurposed) everyday cardboard. Makedo comes to life
Maker Ed’s Resource Library
About the kit | Schools and Colleges | The Crunch
We’ve got some fantastic topics for you and your students to tuck into: For ages 4-5: Flying fruit For ages 7-8: Incredible ingredients For ages 10-11: Dazzling digestion
Science Museum’s Mystery Boxes – YouTube
Mystery Boxes is a complete lesson that helps you to teach key elements of How Science Works to your students through a practical activity. This memorable activity is perfect for KS3 and KS4 students
30 Great Science Picture Books
picture books with my kids to make concepts stick. Science is one of those subjects that is perfect for doing just that! Today, I’m going to share with you a great list of science picture books
Activity: Geodesic Dome Handout
What’s the strongest dome you can build out of newspaper?A geodesic dome is a dome formed by joining triangles together. You can build a giant geodesic dome out of newspaper.