ERIC Number: ED066009
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
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The Further Adventures of Cardboard Carpentry; Son of Cardboard Carpentry.
Workshop for Learning Things, Watertown, MA.
Triple-thick cardboard can be used to make many different things in the classroom. This workbook describes some of the materials which can be made, starting off with a detailed look at making a table. Instructions are also outlined, with illustrations, for making shelves, storage units, stools and chairs, boxes and blocks, wagons, panels and dividers, easels, playground materials, playhouses, and domes. In addition, several concentrate on sources of materials, how to select appropriate tools, construction methods, hazards, and equipment maintenance. (SH)
Descriptors: Class Activities, Construction Materials, Construction (Process), Educational Equipment, Instructional Materials, Manipulative Materials, Student Developed Materials, Teacher Developed Materials, Workbooks
Workshop For Learning Things, Inc., 5 Bridge Street, Watertown, Massachusetts 02172
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Authoring Institution: Workshop for Learning Things, Watertown, MA.