Adult supervision for this activity is recommended
Find a bottle. Wash it out well!
Cut a big piece that's as flat as possible - probably the bit where the label was. Recycle what you don't use.
Draw the shape of a surfboard that is approximately 3 cm. long and 1,5 cm. wide. Mark also 2 small slots in the widest points of the shape.
Fill the plastic with as many shapes as you can fit.
It's easier to cut roughly around each surfboard shape...
...and then trim carefully up to the line.
Round up the corners so they are not sharp.
Cut the little slots in, but be careful not to cut your shape in two.
It'll look something like this.
Then keep going - so you can build non-stop!
Punch a hole in each of the shapes you want to connect, where you want to connect them.
Hold the shapes so that the holes are lined up, fold the connector lengthwise and push it through the holes.
Make sure the connector is unfolded on each side so the shapes don't come apart. Now you are ready to go!
Did you know?
When children learn through play they're more engaged, and can discover the world on their own terms.