Create a shelter for a fantasy character of your choice in this interactive workshop. We will show some examples to get your imagination fired up. Then build your model along with the architect-educator from ArchForKids. A great family activity for all ages.
Materials needed: · cardboard base – can be cut from a mailing carton · tape - scotch or masking · glue stick or Elmer’s glue · scissors · construction paper · small recycled boxes (to make castles, cottages, etc.) · twigs collected outside · cardboard scraps to construct 3D elements.
This is an open-ended challenge. Use supplies you have at home to embellish your model. Some suggestions: · tin foil · buttons · egg cartons, cut up · Playdough · tissue paper · markers and/or crayons · wrapping paper to cover boxes · Popsicle sticks & toothpicks · Cardboard tubes · pebbles & pinecones · and more!
For ages 8-12.
Registration in required and space is limited to 20 participants. The link will be sent out the day of the program.
This program is sponsored from the generous grant funding from Assemblyman Colton.