First-ever Zervas Cardboard Challenge
Saturday, January 4, 2:30-4:30pm
At the Cardboard Challenge participants will re-use donated cardboard boxes to brainstorm crazy ideas, build and test their creations, then play and interact with each others’ creations. Participants could make anything from marble mazes in pizza boxes to human whack-a-moles as well as robots, miniature dunk-tanks and life-size pod racers. The goal of the Cardboard Challenge is to create a fun learning experience that fosters 21st century skills like creativity, resourcefulness, perseverance, collaboration, and critical thinking.
We encourage everyone who attends to participate – kids of all ages, siblings, parents, grandparents, etc… there is no age limit on being creative!
No RSVP necessary. No cost to participate. If you can, bring some cardboard boxes for you and others to use (but still come if you don’t have any boxes.)
More information at http://www.zervaspto.org/cardboard