Loose Parts Robot-Building Activity for Kindergarten Students

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Loose Parts Robot-Building Activity for Kindergarten Students

Loose Parts Robot-Building Activity for Kindergarten Students

At the School for Young Children, the 4-year-old class took a variety of leftover and loose parts that they then had a great deal of fun transforming into their take on robots!

A variety of items

The kids used plastic cups, coffee tins, loose cardboard, shoeboxes, toilet paper rolls, old snack boxes, diaper boxes, and more to create their impressive robots. By using items that otherwise would have been recycled or thrown away the children helped show how you can reuse items in a fun way that saves them from a trash heap!

So much creativity!

The kids showcased how creative they were with their robots by taking random loose parts and turning them into arms, legs, eyes, and mouths! As long as you have a bunch of loose parts the only limit to this activity is your imagination.

Source for photos: School for Young Children


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Loose Parts Robot-Building Activity for Kindergarten Students
October 15, 2020
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