Crockett demonstrates how you or your older child can assemble the box. First, you cut one side of the box to use as a flap. Next, use another piece of cardboard to make two separate sides. Then, if you want to make a title page, cut down and tape a sheet protector to the lid of the shoe box. Using a piece of paper, cut it to fit and write your title, then slip it into the protector. You can create smaller papers with instructions on different assignments and slip them in. This would be a great project to use in a co-op class and change what they are feeling with every few students.
He was not quite sure which was which, so he had to examine them up close.
He chose the correct one and was fascinated that it was really a seed for a plant.
Crockett wanted to try other things, he thought the box was fun. It is always good
to find new activities to keep them busy learning new things!
Would you be able to tell the difference?
What are some other ideas we can use our feel and find box?