Cardboard Creations, part two

This pile of cardboard became the Jolly Midd-Weeks, a pirate ship destined for adventure.



The poles came from Fabricland and became a mast for the sail. The long cardboard pieces were wrapped around a box and taped at the ends to form the canoe shape of the boat.


They designed the sail and used string to attach it to the mast.



They painted the boat orange, drew on the lines to create the look of wood.


While the big kids built a boat, the little ones made hats and swords.




What a great week-long project!

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