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Junk modelling

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Art Room 104: In Progress: 4th Grade Cardboard Castle Sculptures (teacher did with 3rd, i would like to do with 4th)

My third graders are doing simple machines in science class, which matches up perfectly with the next unit I wanted to do with them! I've been wanting to build castles with a grade, so I figured this would be the perfect class to do it with...we could incorporate simple machines in our draw bridge! I've seen numerous examples of these floating around Pinterest, but most of them use just cardboard tubes of different sizes to create a princess-like castle. I did a little research on castles…

RT Clangers: A little imagination can turn anything into a space rocket   http://nurturestore.co.uk/junk-model-space-rocket-theme-preschool via Cathy James  #Clangerspic.twitter.com/iuirixZ6D9

“A little imagination can turn anything into a space rocket 🚀😃 https://t.co/RtcJCmbpno via @nurturestore #Clangers”

Este post está dedicado a Laura, que me comentó que su hija Martina le hace guardar las hueveras para hacer manualidades. Hoy comparto con vosotros varias ideas de actividades con hueveras de cartó…

Este post está dedicado a Laura, que me comentó que su hija Martina le hace guardar las hueveras para hacer manualidades. Hoy comparto con vosotros varias ideas de actividades con hueveras de cartó…

These are not quite the same as Nana’s elephants (keep a watch out for a future tutorial) but these are beyond cute!

Old milk jugs are the most regular item to visit our recycling bin so these 11 ways to upcycle a milk jug will get plenty of use! There is everything here from a watering can, to crafts and jewelry…

Cute story about a home schooler following her curiosity... and a neat project (oil rig) to include in your curriculum.

An oil rig - whatever next?! It was completely unexpected and I'm still laughing that we pulled it off. Cakey the Queen of Questions spotted a tub of vaseline on the table during breakfast that I was using to sooth my sore nose from a nasty cold. "What's that?" she asked. From the deep depths of my memory I told her how vaseline was first produced as a by-product on oil rigs. The oil rig workers used the unrefined version to sooth cuts and burns. I suggested we check my story on the computer…