This project is created by Jeffrey. (6, almost 7)
Manual for creative playground
What did Jeffrey use for this amazing playground?
- A piece of cardboard (40cm x 30 cm)
- Sate sticks
- Colored paper (120gr.)
- Jar lid and sand
- Chenille thread
- Cotton thread
- Double-sided tape
- Little piece of cloth
- Ice sticks
- Duck tape
- Scottish tape
- Iron wire
- A Dremel drill
- Prick to make holes in the chestnut
Jeffrey is a very creative boy, and when he starts out with a new idea, he just asks, do you have…. within no time the table is filled with material. And Jeffrey is working on his project from the battlefield. It’s really amusing to watch him 🙂
4 chestnuts, 2 toothpicks, 2 sate sticks, cotton thread and chenille thread. He stuck it to the cardboard with Scottish tape
10 toothpicks, 1 sate stick, 2 chestnuts, cotton thread, puppets drawn on paper, stuck on the cardboard with Scottish tape.
2 ice sticks with holes in it (Dremel drill) 5 toothpicks, 2 chestnuts, 2 sate sticks, Ducktape and double-sided tape which he used to stuck the chestnuts to the cardboard.
A jar lid, sand and 2 sided tape to stick it to the cardboard.
Iron wire to make the frame and an ice stick for the seesaw. 2 paper puppets. The puppets are stick on the seesaw with double-sided tape. The frame is hooked to the cardboard.
The mother on bench
The bench he made of ice sticks connected with Ducktape. The mother is made of chenille thread and has a circle-skirt. She is taped to the bench with double-sided tape.
The Climbing Pole
Made by his sister Danique. Make holes with the Dremel drill, braid thread through the holes and leave a long thread to climb the pole on top. Put toothpicks through the holes. And “hang” a paper puppet in the climbing pole.
2 thoughts on “Manual for creative playground”
Now this is what u call creativity. I love it! I am going to try this craft out with my children. I know they will be ecstatic. Thanks for sharing 🙂
Hi Kay, Jeffrey is here at the moment, and I showed him your reaction, he is so proud of your comment about his playground, thank you so much! Loes (and Jeffrey)