Cardboard Creation Maker Space Camp- Helmets, Armor and Shields for Art Warriors
In this 4 day, one week camp, students will create using cardboard and other materials to create fun warrior creations to wear.
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Completed by 6 learners
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learners per class
$12 per class
Meets 4x per week
Over 1 week
60 minutes per class
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Do you love to create with different materials? Did you always want to be a knight, historical figure or warrior? In this 3 day camp, we will create with various materials to create fun and wearable pieces and become that warrior you've dreamed of. As a maker space based class, we will use the Engineer design process, utilizing various steps to create from choosing materials, brainstorming and designing our ideas to improving our designs and sharing with the class. This process is used in any...
Students will- Learn the engineering design process Learn to utilize various materials and work with tools Learn to improve and change designs Learn to brainstorm ideas Work with cardboard as a flexible medium Create wearable art pieces
Materials we will definitely use during this camp- Cardboard! Lots of it. This can consist of packing boxes, food boxes, toilet tissue tubes, paper towel rolls, etc. Please save boxes prior to class. You will need at least 2-3 boxes, the larger the better and more if wanting more cardboard detail and usage in the designs. Tape- masking and/or duct tape. These tapes are the strongest. Scissors Other suggested-optional materials may include- A pencil Hot glue gun with glue sticks- Only if comfortable with using one. Colored paper Tin foil( kitchen type) or foil tape (found in heating duct work aisle) if desired metal effect Beads, buttons, small objects for faux rivet or screw/nail effects Popsicle sticks, dowels, toothpicks, etc String, yarn for tying things Wire, pipe cleaners for attaching things Markers- permanent, water based, etc for decoration or detail Paper cups, bowls, plates Felt, fabric, elastic or ribbon And any other material you can think of!!!
4 hours per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Students may use a glue gun if comfortable. I will go over safety tips when using them in class. Students will use scissors. If the boxes are large, students may need help cutting to a shape when creating shields.
Doll Maker/Cooperative Teacher Inspiring kids to be creative
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
525 total reviews
272 completed classes
Hi! Let's make something you design and create! I am a doll maker by trade and own a small business selling eco friendly sewn toys. I have a background in textiles and art with a BS from Philadelphia college of Textiles and Science and have...