Build something using cardboard? Challenge accepted
All Saints Episcopal Day School participated in the global Cardboard Challenge as part of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) initiative. Third and fourth grade students were confronted with building something using only cardboard and recycled materials.
“It was amazing to see my students create amazing innovations and inventions from such simple materials. It was wonderful to see their brains at work in such an authentic way,” said Stephanie Karian, a third-grade teacher at the school.
In all the students were able to construct an array of products: a castle, birdhouse, apartment building, submarine, pyramid, pirate ship, hideout, time-travel machine, airplane, bee house, and a space ship. Read more: Hudson Reporter - HOBOKEN BRIEFS
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