Photo credit: Natalia Wilson (moonrat on Flickr)
- Creativity, imagination, problem-solving, and writing to describe your thinking processes.
- At least 7 different junk or recyclable items. (It would be more challenging to have someone else pick them out for you
- Various adhesives and fasteners such as tape, wire, brads, and glue
- Notecard, paper, and pen or pencil
- Paints or other decorative material
- Your amazing brain
- Any tools that could help you assemble your sculpture that your parents will allow you to use or help you use
- Newspapers, drop cloth, or other covering to protect your workspace
- Cover your workspace.
- Gather your junk. (Make sure it is junk, and not something somebody wants to keep.)
- Look at what you have and make a plan for how to use it, what to build, and how to hold it all together.
- Make a blueprint by sketching, labeling and writing directions for creating your sculpture.
- Gather your adhesives and tools.
- Create your sculpture.
- Name it and write your statement about what you used, what it is, and your inspiration for it.
- Display it proudly for all to enjoy.