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Middie Makers Upcycled Arcade

Midview East Intermediate School 13060 Durkee Rd., Grafton, OH

All 5th and 6th grade students at Midview East Intermediate School will demonstrate how upcycling can be beneficial and fun by repurposing cardboard and other recyclables to create a cardboard arcade for the Midview Local Schools students and community to enjoy during Family STEM Night.

SAS Cardboard Challenge

Shanghai American School NY

This is our 10th Cardboard Challenge at Shanghai American School's Pudong Campus, Shanghai, China.

Cardboard Challenge

Chilton Middle School 421 Court ST, Chilton

Join our kickoff event to Screen Free Week held at our middle school gym. Bring your imagination. We'll supply the rest!


May Day Play Day

Gemmell Multi Purpose Room 1048 Payne St, Clarion, PA

Join Penn West Clarion University School of Education students and local 4th graders in our ReMake Learning Day! Together we have constructed a cardboard carnival to celebrate the end of the school year!


GRES Cardboard Carnival

5th grade students will create cardboard carnival games for our kindergarten through second grade students to play. They will also make prizes for the students.

Montair Elementary’s Cardboard Challenge Day of Play

Montair Elementary Danville, CA

All student's at Montair Elementary will have a chance to come and play 4th grade student created games in the 4th grade classrooms. Later on in the evening families of students will be also able to play the games during Open House.


Soaring in Sandersland

Neely Traditional Academy 500 East Houston, Gilbert, AZ

I am wanting to incorporate more creative critical thinking in my ELA classes. I would like to challenge my 4th and 5th graders to take on this challenge, The sky is the limit! What can they come up with and create to show the other class members? This would be a great way to end […]


Creative PLAY in a BOX

6th grade students create arcade games for Kindergarteners to play.