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Lafayette Elementary Cardboard Challenge
Families of Lafayette Elementary celebrate Imagination’s Day of Play with participating in the Global Cardboard Challenge. Help create something out of nothing and support building engineering concepts in our students. Materials include cardboard, scissors, hot glue, markers, string, and tape.
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Cardboard Arcade Challenge 2019
This is a closed event for 7th grade students at Dunbar Middle School. We will build 9/30-10/03 in class and play the games on 10/04.
Carbrook State School
Student Council Fundraiser
Fourth graders get creative!
Olson’s Class Arcade
Our class will be creating arcade games to play with our kidergarten and first grade buddy classes.
Reno Navigators 195 Cardboard Challenge
Our scouting group will build an arcade and bring the games to a fall festival where other kids can play and make their own games.
3rd and 4th graders prepared games to participate the global cardboard challenge.
GBCS Global Cardboard Challenge
2019 GBCS Global Cardboard Challenge!
Saturday, Oct. 5th, 8:30 – 11:30 AM
Please join us for this fun event where families create and build together. Materials will be provided, all ideas are welcome! Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Valle del Miro Cardboard Challenge
We are a primary school and we ask the children to make toys and games out of recycled cardboard and they have an afternoon to play with each other’s games.
Franklin Public School’s Day of Play
The grade 5/6 classes have created cardboard arcade games for the other students to play.
MHI Cardboard Challenge
Haines Cardboard Challenge
Students from different classes decide, as a class, a theme for their cardboard challenge. It could be an arcade, a robot factory, a minecraft biome, etc. Students will spend about 4 days, one day per week, to design and build complete their challenge.
GRACEPOINT School Cardboard Challenge
Students designed arcade games to host a carnival at our annual Grandparents Day.
Armstrong Elementary Cardboard Challenge
Students in all grades K-5 will work to make cardboard creations that connect to our 50th year school anniversary theme of space! Our Armstrong Rockets will work collaboratively to solve problems, think critically, and create something out of this world!!
SAC Cardboard Challenge
This is a closed event. Year 5 students will be creating games out of cardboard, just like Caine did!
The Muse Cardboard Challenge
Our event will be in downtown Knoxville on October 14 from 6:00-9:00 pm
AU-STEM Camp- Cardboard Challenge
American Union will host their second annual cardboard challenge!
The 1st Annual CAS Cardboard Challenge
Students at the Sierra Vistas campus of Center for Academic Success in grades Kindergarten through 4th grade will design and build their own original creations using cardboard! Hosted in CAS’s brand new elementary Makerspace, the 1st Annual CAS Cardboard Challenge will encourage students to think “outside the box” and show off their engineering skills! Their cardboard creations will be on display in the Makerspace the week of October 1-5, 2018.
WIS Cardboard Challenge
The third, fourth and fifth graders created a cardboard arcade using only recycled materials. They made over 65 games in different groups! We are having a school-wide day of play to celebrate their highly imaginative and creative games!
(The celebration is not open to the public.)
Blachaniec Brilliant Bunch
We will hold our cardboard challenge on Friday, October 4th. Students will create out of cardboard and bring their project to school on a day when our building is open.
RBHS Library Cardboard Challenge
Students will create their carboard masterpiece with the parameters given to them during the month of October.
Riverside Cardboard Challenge
All students PreK-12 in our school district will work together in mixed groups to create a cardboard arcade game. Then students and community members will be able to play each other’s games.
T-High Lancers Cardboard Challenge
Students are using cardboard and other recyclable materials to create any game or structure of their choice. This is our first time in the challenge, teacher included, so I’m leaving it open to interpretation.
ISB Global Cardboard Challenge
Library Lunchtime activity to build something with cardboard– maybe costumes, maybe something else
Duncan MacMillan High School Grade 3 will be participating and constructing!
De Kalb ISD Cardboard Challenge
Students in the Texas ACE Program will spend enrichment time working on their cardboard arcade and participate in a parent showcase on October 14, 2021.
Maker Faire Adelaide Cardboard Challenge
The young (and young at heart) are invited to build their dreams using cardboard, recycled materials and lashings of imagination. This hands-on initiative encourages makers of all ages to unleash their creativity, and hone valuable skills like critical thinking, resourcefulness and perseverance. Embrace the spirit of collaboration at this joyous community event.
Organised by the team at Maker Faire Adelaide and hosted at Hybrid World Adelaide, our cardboard challenge is open all day (10am-6pm) at the Tonsley Innovation District, 1284 South Rd, Tonsley, Clovelly Park, SA 5042
EMS 7th Engineering Cardboard Arcade
Engineering class building their own cardboard arcade
MEF DESTINATION IMAGINATION CARBOARD CHALLENGE
This is the second year that our Primary School will be hosting a cardboard challenge at MEF schools in Istanbul Turkey. We are very excited to participate againl!
Holy Spirit Catholic School’s Cardboard Challenge
Junior High students make and design pinball machines. Classrooms sign up to play. Students bring money to play. Students receive tickets from every game. They use these tickets to buy prizes that have been donated. The money raised goes to a local charity.
Students will design an arcade game, create it using cardboard, and present it during indoor recess in the lunchroom. This is a Gifted project that will be ongoing.
Beth’s Academy Second Grade Cardboard Challenge
I am an ESL teacher at a language center who teaches second grade. Another teacher will join me in asking his class to join the challenge. I hope to edit our event, as more teachers sign up their students. Our school has 280 students, so we’ll see how many we can get to join come September.
Right now, our plan is to have kids build most of what they want to make at home. When they bring it in, other students can collaborate and share ideas about how to improve the design, function, or appearance of each other’s projects and then help to put new editions or finishing touches on at school (The cardboard challenge day, Thursday, Oct, 7 this year) and then on Friday have the Day of Play (our administrator says must be within school hours, at our location).
The Magic of New Beginnings is our theme this year and students will create a new game or ride to be at Disney World
Stage 3 PIP
Global Cardboard Challenge
Global Cardboard Challenge
EPiC Elementary Cardboard Carnival
Students will be designing and building a cardboard arcade game for the Cardboard Kindness Arcade for our whole school to attend.
cardboard box arcade
Come to the arcade admission 5 dollars money goes to open world cause water
Global Cardboard Challenge, Goa
We are bringing together school children from across Goa to this edition of the Global Cardboard Challenge.
Festival Educacion Publica
Dentro del festival de la educacion publica, se ha habilitado un espacio de juego en el contexto de Desafio Carton
SCS Cardboard Challenge!
Students have an exhibition of their work: games, animals, giant sculptures, and collographs! It will be interactive!
Class 6K Cardboard Challenge
Grade 6 students will use their 21st century skills to construct their own cardboard designs!
Dool School’s Cardboard Imaginarium
Our first attempt to engage students in putting play and imagination squarely in the classroom where it belongs. Fully inclusive activity for all special populations!
Mohyun Cardboard Challenge
We challenge 1st cardboard challenge with about 120 students from 4th to 6th graders during 1 week.
They will make somethings those are fun, cool or weird.
We tried maker movement in public elementary school curriculum from this year.
This can be a new challenge for our students and teachers.
To be held on the 30th of august
Create, Share and Play
It’s time to create, play and share with the world, create your own idea, your dream, create your idea of a better world. At this year’s Teens Code Conference we want you to be creative.
Truman STEM Day
STEM Day will consist of six sessions per grade level of engaging STEM activities. During the students rotation time for PE/Music, they will participate in the cardboard challenge. Our gym stage is full of cardboard, duct tape, and markers. We are ready for the imagination to start overflowing as the students start building.
I’m Not a Box Challenge
Second graders will use their 21st century skills to create using cardboard.
Cambridge School Cardboard Challenge
Cambridge School Cardboard Challenge
Cardboard challenge for our school grades PreK – 6
Cardboard Design Challenge
Each class will build a something using recycled materials.
san jose elementary
smash or pass san jose or holi day hill
Costello Cardboard Arcade
The 4th Graders at Costello Elementary School will be creating cardboard arcade games in school and then inviting all students in the school to come play in the arcade.
OBES Cardboard Challenge
Gifted students will present their cardboard creations to members of the community, parents, and students at Orange Beach Elementary.
Tyler Public Library Makerspace Cardboard Art
Tyler Public Library will host a Makerspace session where kids can come and create a card board masterpiece using their own imagination. The session will take place during the library’s regularly scheduled Makerspace Saturdays in March.
Chinook Trail Elementary School Cardboard Challenge
During the week of October 1st through October 5th all of the classes at Chinook Trail Elementary School will participate in a cardboard challenge event. During this fun filled hands on activity children will create an original cardboard game or model during Library Special’s Class. Students will be invited to play these student imagined games with classmates and family members.
Kailua Cardboard Challenge
For the month of November and December we are going to go deep into cardboard construction!!
Jannali East Public School’s Cardboard Challenge
Students in Years K – 6 from Jannali East Public School will be competing in the Cardboard Challenge.
St. Xaviers Cardboard Challenge
St. Xaviers Cardboard Challenge
Using cardboard, pupils plan, create, build up and show their projects using ICT, programming, robots in a meaningful way of learning.
Implementing STEAM methodology to develod every single project.
Apart from videos, on the website we share the activities we used to create every proyect, so if you want to do it, feel free to do so.
William Bridge Elementary
multiple classes will partake in the challenge and a giant display will happen in the gym
My classroom will be making cardboard pinball machines.
Simon Cunningham Elementary Cardboard Challenge
Giojoso! Musical Experiments of Lansing Children
Come together to celebrate exploration and curiosity with the children of Lansing! We are providing raw materials for children to experiment with sound and movement!
Fir Grove’s Amazing Cardboard Challenge
A day of play exploring
GSS MAKERSPACE CARDBOARD CHALLENGE
Our Makerspace after school program is going to design and create a cardboard fun zone!
Glenns Ferry Public Library Cardboard Creation Camp
5 session camp for kids ages 8-13. ( Fridays in October, 1-2) Design, iterate, and create! Final projects will be showcased during community trick or treat event on Friday September 29.
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TCS’s Cardboard Arcade Extravaganza
Students in Mrs. D’s Makerspace option class will create arcade games out of cardboard for our elementary students to enjoy for the afternoon.
Gateway Elementary School Cardboard Challenge
This event is for Gateway Elementary students to show off their holiday spirit while designing cardboard arcade games centered around STEM concepts.
Holy Cross’s Cardboard Challenge
Taking on the Cardboard Challenge by building our own games.A big focus is our six C’s Collaboration Cooperation, Character, Citizenship, Creativity and Critical Thinking.
Global Cardboard Challenge
On October 16 we’ll have a variety of cardboard boxes along with materials to connect different pieces for an open creativity cardboard building program that will be open to the public for the entire day!
Fremont 5th grade day of play
Our 5th grade will be creating games using cardboard and other recyclable materials. We’ll have an afternoon of play, playing the games as a grade. The next day they’ll take their creations out during the school recesses for all the grades to be able to play.
St. Basil’s Cardboard Challenge
Our event will host students in grades one and two through a design day. Parents, school staff, and community partners will be welcome to attend.
The only instructions that the children had were to build something with the boxes and to have fun.
LC Design Challenge Day!
Lewis and Clark Elementary School will host is first quarterly design challenge of the year! Our students will be participating in the challenge to design an item that meets and solves a real-world problem.
Magnificent Cardboard Box Creations
Children aged 4-5 years will bring a cardboard box to school and will create something magnificent using a range of additional open ended resources.
Chatham Academy Cardboard Challenge
We are a small school (grades 1-12) for students that have Learning differences. We held our first all school Cardboard Challenge last year and it was a huge success. We are hosting another all school challenge on October 17th this year. Our challenges last all day, they are multi-generational and we encourage and welcome parental involvement.
Jacob’s Cardboard Co.
Making a cardboard arcade like Caine!
Viejo Elementary’s Cardboard Challenge
Our kindergarten through second grade students will be participating in the cardboard challenge at our school. Our older students will be participating in the Design for Change portion of the cardboard challenge as well. This event is closed to the public but will include several members of our community who volunteer with our students.
Live Oak Middle Cardboard Challenge
200 students will design/create their very own cardboard creation on Saturday, March 24th. They will display their creations for our Family Night on March 29th.
Each class at Eagle Nest Elementary is invited to create an arcade game using only cardboard and tape. These will be completed during our 1/2 day STEAM lessons. All participating classes will submit their class games to Mrs. Mitchell on November 16, 2018. During the month of December, the Collaboratory will be converted to “Eddie’s Arcade” for classes to come and try out the games!
A Souper Event and Cardboard Challenge
On the evening of Thursday, November 22nd 2018, the Maria Montessori Academy is holding “A Souper Night and Cardboard Challenge”. The students, families, and staff of MMA are invited for dinner and the an evening of art making and creativity — using cardboard, tape, washable markers, and scissors.
Valley View Elementary 2nd Grade
2nd Graders at Valley View Elementary are going to dream big and have a fun morning building whatever they can imagine using cardboard and recyclables and lots of tape and twine.
Thinking Outside the Box!
This is an opportunity for students to think outside the box and let their creativity flow!
Torrey Cardboard Arcade Challenge
Third graders are challenged to create amazing arcade games, keeping the theme of math in mind. Once we are finished, we will invite students from other grades to come and play!
Allenby’s Cardboard Floats Challenge
Allenby Jr. PS is launching into a school-wide, year-long inquiry about water. This event will be a multi-grade challenge to create a structure out of cardboard that floats!
Build Like Benjamin Banneker Challenge
Benjamin Banneker, often recognized as the First African-American Man of Science, was a mathematician, astronomer, farmer, abolitionist, surveyor and author. His many contributions impact the world we live in today!
After learning about Benjamin Banneker’s life, design and construct an invention using cardboard as the primary material. Your invention should:
a. reflect the resourcefulness and imagination of Benjamin Banneker
b. provide purpose for / impact your community (school, neighborhood, city, etc.)
This event is open to people of ALL ages!!
ROBOard Challenge !
TED Kocaeli College is pleased to announce it’s third year in hosting a Cardboard Challenge.
This year, cardboard challenge means ROBOard challenge for TED Kocaeli College.
Our second graders will design their own robot models and present them to kindergarten students.
Centaur PS Lockdown Cardboard Challenge
Centaur PS is currently in lockdown, therefore Mr Glasson has set a cardboard challenge for all students!! The object is to create something out of a cardboard box. It could be a game, robot, car, rocket, etc. Use your imagination to create something fun and share it on Google Classroom with your classmates!!
BHC Family Cardboard Challenge
Students and families in grades k-5 will have an opportunity to build something awesome from cardboard on March 3, 2017. Come join us for a fun day of creating and playing at our community campus. Bring tape, something to cut your boxes and your imagination!
STEAM Cardboard Arcade Carnival
Memphis schools are encouraged to enter and share in a day of play and creativity. Students from kindergarten to college are encouraged to create their own cardboard games and share with peers on November 3 at Christian Brothers High School – Memphis.
HPPM Cardboard Challenge
Parent day out activity for elementary students hosted by Hamilton Park Pacesetter Magnet’s PTA and teachers.
Students will be using their imaginations using recycled cardboard to create a product that they will then use and share with their classmates.
Andersen Astronauts Carnival
We are having a school carnival. My booth will consist of my students cardboard arcade game designs inspired by Caine’s Arcade and what other kids have built since the short film debuted.
Hilliard City Schools
Join the Hilliard community on Saturday, September 6th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm for a great day of creativity and fun. Cardboard, duct tape, and markers provided. We have a few pairs of scissors, but you always may want to bring your own. We are excited to build with you!
Red Apple Cardboard Challenge
Red Apple Cardboard Challenge
Mme. Newmans Grade 1 Class
Our class has collected cardboard from all over the school and have been working hard on our designs for the past few days. We were very inspired by the video of “Caines Arcade” and the book “Not a Box” by Antoinette Portis.
Annual Cardboard Challenge!
Students and teachers will showcase their cardboard creations!
ISB Cardboard Challenge
The International School of Bangkok prek and Kindergarten classes (7 in total) gathered together to celebrate imagination, creativity and play on October 11, 2017! After being inspired by the Caine’s Arcade video we invited families to donate cardboard from home, asked students to work together to create what inspired them and had a fantastic day building, creating and playing together!
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Come join us for a night of cardboard creations!
Black Elementary Christmas Arcade
The students will display their christmas arcade games during Family night on Dec 7 from 5:30 – 7:30
the phoenix fest is yearly cultural event celebrating diversity and the durham’s historical black wall street community.
Family Engineering Night
We will be combining a Cardboard Challenge with demos from our First Lego League and our First Tech Challenge robotic teams. Donations of non-perishable food will get you a Fun Pass.
Memorial Drive elementary Science Night
At our annual science night students are able to bring their cardboard creation up for display. We have science booths set up for students to participate in and their cardboard is displayed on the stage.
Worthington Hills Cardboard Challenge
Elementary school cardboard challenge! This is our third year hosting.
Cardboard Challenge – The Links, inc and Minnieville Elementary School
The NSBE Jr. Chapter at Minnieville Elementary School will participate in the Cardboard Challange sponsored by the Links, inc.
YWCA SEMA YWkids
Students currently enrolled in the YWCA of SEMA YWkids program in grades K-6, ages 5-13 will be welcomed to participate.
Family Day: Cardboard Challenge
Friends, family, community members, and kids of all ages, join us in celebration of the creativity and imagination of children everywhere using the simplest of materials: cardboard! Inspired by the short film Caine’s Arcade, the Cardboard Challenge is a global celebration of childhood creativity and the role communities can play in fostering it. We invite you to build something amazing out of cardboard, recycled materials, and your imagination. Screenings of Caine’s Arcade will play throughout the day in the Auditorium. Grab yourself a fun pass at the desk and come on down to play! Free for all. No registration required.
OIC Family day
OIC spring break and family day. We are a 501c3 adult educational facility. We have three day classes, which will come together to compete to come up with the best design for our cardboard challenge.
Eagles’ Cardboard Challenge Event
Students will have the opportunity to view cardboard challenge video and then have an opportunity to create from their imaginations.
Family Day Cardboard Challenge
Family (Day) Interactive Makerspace activities at St. John’s that day will focus around a Cardboard Challenge.
After reading our One Book One School book, Star Jumper, journal of a cardboard genius,
students will participate in the Creativity Fair: Cardboard Challenge.
Converse Cardboard Challenge
All classrooms in the school will “play” with cardboard and other recyclable materials as they create masterpieces to share with others. Students will practice the engineering design process while using critical and creative thinking skills. This may be done as a class, small groups, or individually.
Willet Avenue’s Makerspace Kickoff
As part of our school Makerspace grand opening and to celebrate the global day of play, we will have the students view Caine’s arcade video and then explain the challenge. Each class will come up with their own arcade game that will be showcased at Willet Avenue’s 1st annual day of play.
We will imagine home stuff and school stuff..with the cardboard,glass,ball,power,
Cardboard Mania Begins!
LCA Cardboard Challenge Day
K-4 classes will be spending the morning immersed in cardboard. Students will be using their imaginations to make and create.
Star Branch Library Cardboard Challenge
Families/groups will sign up to participate. Come by the Star Branch Library throughout the week of October 18 to October 23, 2021. Recycled materials will be available as well as MakeDo tools. Make your creations at home and share with pictures or put them on display at the library by October 25. Participants earn a free book for being part of the challenge. Due to COVID restrictions, this will be a remote, family based program.
Our 7th and 8th grade builders and makers have embarked on a cardboard challenge to build a “Cardboard Carnival” as part of our weekly Monday MakerSpace in the Media Center before school every Monday.
Nampa Pulbic Library Cardboard Challenge 2018
Nampa Public Library Youth Services is planning an afternoon of creating our own arcade!
Family STEM Night – Cardboard Challenge
For our family STEM Night we are having families participate in the Cardboard Challenge and then bring their creations to showcase at our event.
Waverley Grade 4 Cardboard Challenge
Our grade 4 class will be doing a cardboard challenge of our very own- for the first time ever..
Culver City Community Cardboard Challenge
On Saturday, October 14th, please join the CCUSD Family and our new Makerspace Pilot Program from El Rincon Elementary School and Farragut Elementary School as we share our joy for creativity and making in our inaugural Cardboard Challenge showcase. Come interact with the games created by our students or dream up your own while on site and make it. We will be on campus with student-created games, interactive cardboard-based stations, and snacks/beverages for purchase to support our new Makerspace program. Creativity is our “Fun Pass” at our Day of Play inspired by Caine’s Arcade.
Fair Grove Elementary Science Night
Students will create a cardboard arcade game beginning March 19 after an introduction in the Media Center. Games will be displayed in gym on April 19 and parents and students are invited to Family Science Night in the evening and will play the arcade games.
Gators Cardboard Challenge
One day on October 7th we will come together to recycle cardboard in new and creative ways.
SPMS Caine’s Arcade Design Challenge
7th Grade STEAM Design and Modeling student are going to be designing, modeling, and testing their own arcade games.
Cardboard Challenge Day
students will participate in a challenge to create a game out of cardboard.
Ernest Hemingway STEAM School Cardboard Challenge
All students in our K-5 classrooms will watch the Caine’s Arcade video. The school has already begun to accept cardboard donations. All of the cardboard will be placed in the lobby as well as supplies to use in creation. Each class will sign up for a time each day of the Cardboard Challenge week to come to the lobby and create. Individual teachers and grade levels will determine the parameters that they provide their class. All creations will be displayed around the lobby and school as they are finished.
We will hold a Cardboard Challenge as one of our course offerings for May Term.
8C’s Cardboard Challenge
We are doing a classroom cardboard challenge.
Think Outside the Box
Everyone is going to start with a box.
Ernest Hemingway STEAM School
School Wide Cardboard Challenge.
East Hamiltons Cardboard Challenge
Starting with 8th grade computer classes we will begin a cardboard challenge
Second Graders are building an arcade
Williamstown Cardboard Day
This will be a culminating celebration of my classroom’s play exploration in cardboard!
Tinker Education Cardboard Challenge
Tinker Education Academy in Nairobi, Kenya hosted the Cardboard Challenge for our August 2017 Camp. The students gathered together in the STEM hands-on Science Lab to explore simple machines, kinetic energy and force. We used our problem solving skills to imagine and create a ‘Highway Marble Run’ and a ‘High-Speed Parking Deck’. For Day of Play, we improved our projects by adding light and sound using littleBits, in addition to making a micro:bit timer to test speed. We had LOTS OF FUN and can’t wait to show the world our creativity!
Jawhon super arcad
Play fun games
Cardboard Challenge at Fiestas de las Americas
ReFuseOKC hosts their 3rd Yearly Upcycling Cardboard Challenge at Fiestas de las Americas, an award-winning, outdoor festival, celebrating the multicultural heritage that exists in Oklahoma. The 13th annual festival features FREE live entertainment, food trucks, cold beverages, children’s activities, Artist Market, Vendor Corridor, and many more activities for all ages like the Cardboard Challenge. The festival kicks off with a colorful Parade of the Americas with over 60 entries!
Funeral brothers arcade
Will rase money for Shawn’s funeral by his brothers arcade
Los Berros Visual and Performing Arts Academy Cardboard Challenge
Students from TK-6th grade will be creating cardboard creations! For a week student will design and create something out of recyclable materials. Some follow in the footsteps of Cain and design arcade games, while others create different objects. On October 25 we will have a showcase to display everyone’s creations.
CMMV’s Cardboard City
Join us as we create a cardboard city!
British School of Beijing Cardboard STEAM Workshop
Year 4 to Year 8 upils will work with parents in a STEAM based workshop to create arcade games. The workshop is designed so adults and children can use imagination, creativity and ingenuity to create machines that can be used to raise money for charity at school events. Only recycled cardboard and other recycled materials can be used. It will the be a collaboration between the Primary School, Secondary School and Parents. It will also emphasis the school’s focus on recycling and waste reduction.
Cynthia Mann Cardboard Challenge
Cynthia Mann Elementary will hold a school-wide Cardboard Challenge throughout the month of September, culminating in a Cardboard Tour on Friday, October 5th.
MVES PTO Cardboard Challenge
We are looking to host an event this spring.
Oak Ridge School Cardboard Challenge
We will have a Global Day of Play for our students.
HOLY SPIRIT COMP
Open to any Holy Spirit Schoool student during the COVID-19 2021 Lockdown.
Dawson Cardboard Challenge
Dawson Elementary will have it’s first ever Cardboard Challenge on January 27, 2018. All students and their families are welcome to create something for the event and join our day of play.
STEAM night invites families from our school to try out several STEAM activities. One room will have a cardboard challenge.
A classroom event where all children will over a week participate
Colonial Hills Cardboard Challenge
This will be held in our elementary school gym on January 12, 2019 and it will be open house from 9-11 AM. Students and community members will donate supplies and cardboard boxes the week leading up to the event. Students can build with their peers or family members.
2nd Grade PCE
2nd graders at PC
ACBEU World Cup Cardboard Challenge
Our EFL students and community will be invited to visit our libraries and Makerspace in order to participate in a cardboard challenge to create things that represent the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018. Ex: a soccer ball, the World Cup mascot, a soccer field or stadium, etc. All of the pieces will be on exhibition at our Makerspace at the end of this week-long event.
Christmas Cardboard Arcade
Our students have been inspired by Caine’s Arcade and have used their imagination to create cardboard arcade games. We will be having an open house in the grade 4 classrooms in hopes to inspire creativity in the students who tour our arcade.
HPS Year 2 Cardboard Challenge
Learning from home Cardboard Box Challenge for 2S.
Springdays Imagination Challenge
We will be hosting Global Challenge to gear up to the World imagination Day on October 6th at our school, Springdays. We aim to use this challenge as a platform to elevate the creativity and imagination in students and let them represent it using cardboard. We are opening this challenge to the 6th graders upto 9th graders of our school, Springdays. We will be launch the program in the last week of September and will be briefing them on the challenge criteria. They will get time till Oct 3rd to ideate in groups and plan. From Oct 3rd they will have to build their projects and complete it by October 6th.
Amazon Prime Box Challenge
Middle School students will be challenged in January to create using boxes left over from Holiday gifting. The project will take place in the middle school library makerspace. The winner will receive a $10 gift card to Amazon.
Annual Caine’s Arcade
Second Graders at the Walker School will host it’s annual Caine’s Arcade. An inhouse event only for primary school students, parents and other Lower School students. This event is always a hit.
McKinna Elementary School’s Cardboard Challenge
Fourth graders will use their creativity to design, collaborate, and create
WE CAN BEAT THEM ALL
Please help me accomplish my goal 15 games
HRS Cardboard Challenge
Middle School students will collaborate in teams to create a classroom storage unit made out of cardboard, duct tape and string.
Kaitao Cardboard Challenge
4 MacDonald cardboard builders
Our class will take part in the cardboard challenge. We will get into groups and brainstorm things we can create with cardboard!
Athlete Factory Cardboard challenge
Homeschool co-op challenge
Help us Build a giant cardboard box maze
Design and build a giant maze using cardboard boxes.
Students will first MakeDo tools to build rhombicosidodechadrons. Next, they will design a cardboard project to make and then decorate it. They will have to present their project to a panel of judges. Students will be judged on craftsmanship & design, use of materials, creativity, decoration, and presentation.
LMS Cardboard Challenge
Earth science classes finding new uses for cardboard
Out of the Box
I have wanted to do an art challenge like this for ages and I just came across this website looking around for ideas. Im a HS art teacher in Oklahoma looking to spark something in my community.
Every month all Primary school students participate in the Mid-Week Challenge. This time we will join the Global Cardboard Challenge!
KYHS Cardboard Challenge
Khao Yai Home School second annual Cardboard Challenge.
21st Century Academy Cardboard Arcade
A PK-8 Summer School Program called the 21st Century Academy features a cardboard arcade as part of the culminating 21st Century Fair where students showcase their new engineering knowledge in feats of cardboard!
Kindergarten students will collect discarded cardboard from the cafeteria and from their homes to create a game or a toy.
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East JH Cardboard Challenge
We host an annual cardboard challenge event in our junior high library at lunch time, spanning several days.
Rome & Floyd County Cardboard Challenge
Students from public, private, & homeschool K-12 are invited to show off their imagination either in the Pre-Build or On-site Challenge. Pre-Build Categories include Arcade Game, Designer’s Choice & Art. On-Site Challenge, students are given 30 minutes to brainstorm, design and create with their team.
The Annual Spring Carnival is a long-standing event held by the PTA at the Lindley Elementary School each year. This year, in addition to the traditional games which have been present through the years, Lindley students will be invited to bring games made from recycled materials and share them with the community in a special section. This initiative was inspired by Caine’s Arcade.
Cardboard Challenge – Let’s Build!
This will mark our 4th annual Cardboard Challenge Juarez event. All students in 1st – 6th grade are encouraged to individually or in small groups create their cardboard project. Projects have ranged from arcade games, maps, objects, and sculptures. This year, the theme will be Let’s Build. The goal will be to motivate students to use their engineering, math, and creativity skills to build something spectacular. Let’s see what they come up with 🙂 Our event is scheduled for Friday, October 5, 2018
We will be completing a cardboard challenge to kick off the new semester and rebuild our team-building skills after winter break!
Caernarvon Cardboard Creations – 2019
Our cardboard challenge is to create simple designs to help our environment in a cold Canadian climate: clever shade creations for hot summer sun and low winter sunshie, planter boxes in the winter, wind wise designs…
STEM Cardboard Challenge
During STEM classes, students will be designing and creating a tabletop golf course made out of cardboard. They will also be creating a couple obstacle courses for Lego robots to maneuver through. Students creations will be displayed during the event we are helping to host in conjunction with the Children’s Museum of the Magic Valley.
Madison 80’s Family Night
We are hosting a 80s family night and included will be a caine’s arcade. Kids will build and play games designed by them and their family.
A2 STEAM CARDBOARD CHALLENGE
K-8 students designed cardboard creations, games & other items in their technology and engineering courses.
the Spanish club
we will learn Spanish together as a group!
2nd Annual Panther Arcade
St Joes Catholic Intermediate School in Cornwall, Ontario, CANADA is fired up for our 2nd Annual Cardboard Arcade. In line with our STEM learning objectives, 4 science classes have collaborated to present this amazing and original Arcade. Having FUN and raising FUNDS (and food) for our local food bank!
Lincoln County Cardboard Challenge
Join the kids from the Lincoln County Youth Center as they tape and tear, empower and inspire in this year’s cardboard challenge.
Parkway GAP Cardboard Challenge
Students in our gifted program will take part in the cardboard challenge in the month of September.
IS 77’s Cardboard Carnival
Students created their very own arcade games after watching the Caine’s Arcade video. All proceeds will go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS).
Students of 5th, 6th and 7th grades are expected to design and exhibit their future toys in a friendly atmosphere.
Board No More @TMC
The media center will promote the challenge. Students will be able to work in the media center before school, during lunch, after school and WIN (What I Need) time. Students will be given supplies to work on at home if that is their preference.
As part of a science unit about conservation and reusing things, our second grade class is going to create objects out of cardboard tea boxes, cheese boxes, and toilet paper rolls.
Fleetwood School Cardboard Challenge
Third and fourth grade students in the gifted program will create a cardboard arcade with games created from recycled materials.
Winter Activities group making things with cardboard
I love Caine’s arcade. “Imagine everything” is where everyone gets to imagine anything they want. People have to come with some of their boxes, and I will supply more boxes.
BMS Earth Day Cardboard Challenge
Brilliant Minds School is holding an “Earth Day Cardboard Challenge” this term as part of its STEAM Program, for all its primary and preparatory students.
Culminating on 12th of April, BMS will invite its community, friends, guests & parents to come together to celebrate child imagination and the gift of planet Earth. All our amazing students will be presenting their creative cardboard projects, with an external committee of esteemed judges assessing the students work, and awarding the best project and team work according to specified rubrics.
Celebration of Creativity at the Jersey Shore
Our school will be participating in a schoolwide Cardboard Challenge: Celebration of Creativity at the Jersey Shore. Each class will be responsible for creating a representation of New Jersey using provided materials. At the end of our challenge, the school will come together to share our creations and put them on display together. We are looking forward to a great display about our state!
Grade 4 Jordan Cardboard Challenge
My Grade 4 Class will participate in this year’s Cardboard Challenge!
Cardboard Challenge, Center School 2018
PQ’s Cardboard Challenge
Students will create something that relates to technology with recycled cardboard and other basic supplies.
Who we are
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Muddy Puddles provides opportunities in the Eurobodalla for children and young people with a disability to build skills for a good life. Working together with families, carers and the community we provide therapy, development programs and individual supports to promote personal growth, awareness and inclusion.
We are holding a pop up maker space.Makerspace (Connect Holiday Edition)
This social group for young people, focuses on social skill-building, problem solving, critical thinking, and computational thinking skills. Our group will set up a ‘maker space’ providing the opportunity for participants to try out some of the latest technology whilst allowing their creativity and imagination space to roam free.
Chapel Downs Cardboard Challenge
We are so excited to be hosting a cardboard challenge for our Year 0-1’s (5 year old kiddies) on return to school from ‘a level 4 Lockdown’. We are planning to use the video to inspire our learners to ‘get creative, and create!
We will have a lead where we will share inspiration, books, models, videos, and collect materials, before having our children make something that they can share. Will will have a day where everyone comes together in the team (7 classes) to share their creations. Ideally we’d have liked to have had this school wide/community wide, but unfortunately with ‘Lockdown restrictions’ uncertain, we will have to see how this looks.
I can’t wait to share!
Earth Day at the Buffalo Museum of Science
Celebrate Earth Day this April 22 at the Buffalo Museum of Science. With hands on activities, student artwork, and the Cardboard Challenge, this is a learning experience you won’t want to miss!
Day of play
Day of play!
Our Chapter wishes to engage kids from vulnerable families to keep them busy during this holiday season when schools are closed so that the can avoid getting into negative vices like drug abuse and crime which is rampant here in Nairobi. we hope the kids can improve their creativity and learn skills like critical thinking, perseverance and teamwork which are very important in their day to day lives.
3rd, 4th and 5th graders will work together to create something spectacular.
Hawthorn Earth Day Expo Cardboard Challenge
Hawthorn Mall has partnered with Keter Environmental Services to organize a family-friendly event in celebration of Earth Day on Sunday, April 22, 2018. The mall’s 2018 Earth Day Expo will last from noon to 4 p.m. and include activities like face painting, live entertainment and a Cardboard Challenge where families are invited to construct cardboard creations before embarking on a scavenger hunt to find similar DIY projects around the mall.
The day will be filled with a variety of green activities provided by SWALCO, Vernon Hills Park District, Kohl’s Children Museum, and the Museum of Science and Industry. The Expo line-up also includes a special appearance from the Hawthorn Trolls and more throughout the shopping center.
Thompson’s Cardboard Challenge
On October 5, 2018 (the Friday before the international day of play) from 9:30-1:30 the children of Thompson (either in teams or individually) will design and build many creations from cardboard, recycled materials and their imaginations. The community will be invited to view and or play with these creations, from 1:30-3:00, before entering their vote of People’s Choice Team and People’s Choice Individual. Several certificates will also be awarded to the participants for their creativity, ingenuity, perseverance, problem solving, etc.
Holland STEAM Night
STEAM Night for Holland Elementary students and families. Our 5th graders are building and running all of the arcade games that they designed in class.
A cardboard challenge held in our new Makerspaces. Open to Prairie Middle School Students and the surrounding community. The event will be held this spring (Sy 2020) with date to be determined.
Creekside’s Global Cardboard Challenge
School-wide Global Cardboard challenge.
John Adams Recycled Art Show
Our sixth grade class will have two weeks to create arcade games for the entire school to play with. We will be hosting the event in the cafeteria and have invited the entire school to come play! Thank you for giving us the idea.
Cardboard Arcade to raise funds for ASPCA
Cardboard Challenge Sierra Leone
We Yone Child Foundation is the hosting the annual Global Cardboard challenge organised by Santigie Bayo Dumbuya Imagination chapter leader in Sierra Leone to create the space for children of all ages to design anything of they dream up. We are excited for our first time to join millions of other children and chapters across the world.
AHP Matthew Cardboard Challenge
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Hansen Elementary Cardboard Challenge
Students will be creating Cardboard games to play with their friends.
Joan Greene’s enrichment
Enrichment class activity
B105 Cardboard Challenge
We recently had a school craft fair playing an Angry Birds game to raise money for our grade level. Instead of throwing away the boxes we used for the game, we thought about participating on this challenge!
STEM students will be creating a scaled model of their favorite thing.
Fun mini arcade that is cool
Magnolia ISD Cardboard Challege
Project: Reach students will explore imagination through the medium of cardboard and create arcade games that other students will play.
coddiwomple cardboard challenge
Elementary students and their families come together for a maker morning, creating original works using cardboard and similar recycled materials.
knowledge sharing event
Hawthorne SOARing Cardboard Challenge
Students will be creating cardboard creations and sharing with our community. Families will also have an opportunity to put their skills to use making their own creations.
Somerville’s cardboard STEAM challenge
As part of our new STEAM program, fourth and fifth grade students will watch Caine’s Arcade and then build their own games. (We’re so excited!) While one class starts today(Oct. 6, 2017), this will be occurring through the course of the school year. We are planning to keep our games and when every class has finished we will put them all together at Field day so the school can come to our arcade.
(STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, ART, Math)
Cardboard challenge Curacao
On a grassffield at the mental health hospital we will provide space for schools to participate at the challenge.
Gooding Public Library Cardboard Challenge
We will spend the last week of September and the first week of October creating and building our cardboard challenge projects.
Bahamas Cardboard Arcade
We want to create a scholarship for kids up to 12 years old interested in pursuing engineering, technology or the arts.
Cardboard Challenge at Olympia Brown Elementary School
Our grades 3-5 students will design and create arcade games, and our K-2 students will come and play them. This is our 2nd Cardboard Challenge.
Rockland STEM Acrade
2 STEM classes (grades 1/2 and 3/4) will create arcade games out of cardboard. Then opposite classes will get to come and play the other’s creative games.
St. Jude Cardboard Challenge
We are hopeful engineers of the future!
Arcade 4 Kids
A great event for kids. $2 for a VIP pass $1 for 10 tries It is still WIP…
Our Grades 4, 5, and 6 students will work together to create a cardboard Arcade to share with our school at the Celebration of Learning. This will involve creating, prototyping, writing music, building and designing the games and setup of the arcade.
Genius Kids’ Cardboard Challenge
4th and 5th grade students are going through the Engineering design process in order to solve our very severe problem of having no arcade games in our classroom. We are also going to choose a charity that matters to us to donate any arcade donations that we receive.
We will be investigating transdisciplinary learning through creative design
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Rooney Ranch Elementary Challenge
We will be playing with cardboard in the library all week long!
Bennett Cardboard Challenge
School Cardboard Challenge
Halloween party chalenge
ASK 2B Cardboard Challenge
2nd grade class learning about recycling and making some cool things out of cardboard.
iLEAD Exploration Fall Festival and Cardboard Arcade
Our students at iLEAD Exploration are invited to challenge their creative skills and present cardboard games for other students to play. We are incorporating this with a fall festival for all families at our charter independent study school.
Students in Project Jubilee will create their own arcade games from cardboard for the whole school to enjoy
Traver Cardboard Challenge
Our 5-8 students are creating games for out 4K-4 students!
Evergreen Academy’s Cardboard Challenge
Children will build at home and bring their creations to school to be displayed and interacted with in the gymnasium.
cardboard challnege Summertime
I am a social worer who often conduct progammes and competetions to challenged children and orphans. we conduct cultural arrts and sports to such children and award them
this year I got a fantastic idea to conduct cardboard challenge to encourage children in creative aspecst.
Bayville School’s Merry Makers Spooktacular
On October 4 at Bayville School, you will participate in the Global Cardboard Challenge inspired by Caine’s Arcade. Participants should bring cardboard, craft supplies, and other recyclables to complete their build. Some supplies will be available as first come first serve. Bring your families as we create Halloween themed masterpieces. Haunted building categories include costumes, buildings, furniture, sculptures, and games