“How Cardboard Can Spark Creativity” with guest moderator, Krissy Venosdale
Many thanks to Krissy Venosdale @Venspired for moderating our recent chat on “How Cardboard Can Spark Creativity” while our moderator was at a conference. Below, please find links to resources on finding and using cardboard for the classroom, homeschool, and home.
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Caine’s Arcade 2: From a Movie to a Movement (YouTube 8:20)
Cardboard Construction (Prezi)
Trashformation: Furniture & Shelter from Recycled Cardboard (YouTube 7:55)
Flexible Folding Chair (YouTube 1:36)
Graphic courtesy of Lisa Conrad.
Posted on November 22, 2015, in Creative Thinking, Education, family, gifted, gifted and talented, gifted education, Homeschooling, Krissy Venosdale, Technology and tagged arts, Caine's Arcade, cardboard, creativity, education, gifted, gifted and talented, Global Cardboard Challenge, gtchat, Makerspace, Making, TAGT, Twitter, Venspired. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.