Age: child, parent
Skill for Bub: Hand/eye coordination, Just for fun
Making a Tidy-up Robot involves a little bit of “tidy-up” collecting recyclable throw-away items from around the house, and turning them into a cool robot! Is there a better way to spend a day!?
On a wet miserable winter day about a month ago my son and I made the
“Tidy-up robot” using old boxes, toilet & handy towel roll tubes, used wrapping
paper, wool and ice-block sticks. - Tracy Ongun, Wellington
- Cardboard boxes, (from cereal, laundry powder, lasagne sheets, etc)
- Toilet rolls
- Hand towel rolls
- Old wrapping paper and cards
- Ice block sticks
- Glue and a sturdy stapler
- Simply glue and staple the pieces together to resemble a robot.
- You can add to him over time
- Paint a big smiley face and decorate however you like