Yesterday, I worked on the kitchen. With that completed, I went on to the next project – a castle.
Turned out that this was the easiest. Simply cut off a flap from a refrigerator box and it stands nicely at the corner of the living room. Cut off the top so that it’s not too tall, cut off an opening as the door and the window and voila…
made using refrigerator box
My sis moved into her a new place and so there were plenty of cardboard boxes.
Time for some diy and tadaaa…
Kitchen set of fridge, shelf, sink, stove and microwave.
A complete kitchen set for my niece 🙂
Can’t wait to paint them!
Artifacts from a project years ago after I taught them parts of a flower and adaptation of insect and wind pollinated plants. So proud that quite a number of them actually put in so much effort for it. The final products were so good that I placed them on display at the back of the Bio lab. The Bio lab is one of the venue for guests whenever we have school visits, so it’s definitely a good idea to put them on display there.
Their task was to design their own flower using any materials. Then, we had show and tell for them to describe the features of the flower they had created, using ideas of pollination.