Always remember to share these wonderful little breakthroughs with parents after class. Share photos and a small writeup on what the children did, how they had to brainstorm and problem solve and what they came up with. The process is often more innovative than what the product shows - share it and make them proud!
x2 straws. Ideally a thick plastic straw to attach to the balloon (as paper gets gooey after a while) and paper for the wheels (sturdier).
For the body of the car, put options out on the table and the
children can select one. Plastic bottle, toothpaste box, paper towel
tube, you can also tape two toilet rolls together.
Pool noodle (solid works best, but you can also use one with a hole in the centre).
Thick paint brush to punch holes with if you use a solid pool noodle.
Enti cutter and cutting board to cut the pool noodle
Air drying clay
Scraps of paper and gluestick to decorate your car with.