CURRENT & UPCOMING

CARDBOARD CHALLENGE EVENTS

AROUND THE GLOBE

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EFMP Connections Cardboard Challenge

10/18/2023

Yuma
AZ
United States

EFMP Connection Support Club will be having a cardboard challenge in conjunction with training on PCS Transitioning with the military and what do you do with all the boxes from your family’s move?? Families come together to make a structure out of cardboard boxes.

Highlands Intermediate Cardboard Challenge

05/19/2023

Pearl City
HI
United States

Our Fun Friday Finale! will be our 1st ever Cardboard Arcade @ PE Courtyard!

Hiawatha’s Cardboard Challenge

03/11/2023

Essex Junction
VT
United States

Hiawatha students in grades K-3 will challenge themselves to build amazing cardboard creations!

Cardboard Challenge

03/03/2023

Seattle
WA
United States

Elementary School Cardboard challenge

Elmwood Explorers Cardboard Challenge

03/01/2023

Edmonton
Alberta
Canada

Elmwood Explorers will participate in the Design for Change Cardboard Challenge over three days.

Repair Cafe Port Hope: Kids’ Challenge

02/18/2023

Our event will be held as part of Repair Cafe Port Hope.

MVE Makerspace Cardboard Challenge

02/09/2023

El Paso
TX
United States

In Makerspace Club, students in grades 2nd-5th can participate. We’ll complete a Cardboard Challenge so that other students can check out and play in our arcade during our campus STEM Night.

STEAM: Cardboard Challenge

02/07/2023

Join us at the library as we explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math! Each week, we’ll discuss a different theme and do hands-on activities and experiments to find out more about them. 

Registration begins two weeks prior to the start date.

For grades 3-5

Masks are encouraged!

Build Like Banneker Challenge

01/31/2023

Auburn
Alabama
United States

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 your 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!!

This competition supports high-quality learning in every subject by converging three ideas – focus, perseverance, and inspiration. We hope Benjamin Banneker’s unique focus and perseverance will inspire your ingenuity to exercise your creative talents through the “Build Like Benjamin Banneker” Cardboard Challenge.

Cardboard Creations

01/30/2023

EVANS
GA
United States

Students will progress through the design process to plan, build, test, reiterate, and share a prototype of their invention that would possibly solve a real world problem. (ie clothes folder, )

WBHS Cardboard Challenge

01/27/2023

Mt. Orab
OH
United States

Getting kids interested in the makerspace.

Fammatre’s Cardboard Day

01/27/2023

San Jose
CA
United States

Students will showcase all their projects for their peers and families to see.