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Challenge Resources - Controller Items, Holders, and Transporters Kit
Product Number: KI04157
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A fun, hands-on approach to learning that fosters student creativity, courage, and curiosity through open-ended academic challenges in the fields of STEM and fine arts.
Competition gives your team an opportunity to demonstrate their creative problem-solving skills as they demonstrate teamwork and ability to
think on their feet. The kit has been assembled so coaches can focus on the kids and not spend valuable time on shopping and organizing materials.
How will your team use the materials in an innovative way? How can they combine materials to make them stronger? Can they be taken apart or used for multiple purposes? Your team’s original ideas are limitless! Remember, materials can have multiple properties, for example, a straw can be both an extender and a connector, depending on how it is used.
These items will help you create structures, extend your idea up or out, and make it come to life!
Use these items to control and secure your creations, hold things, and move items from one place to another.
- 25 egg cartons
- 2 pails, 2 gallons each
- 100 cotton balls
- 10 paper tubes, 11 in. L
- 50 envelopes, #10 business size
- 4 paper bags, 4-5/8 in. x 8-1/2 in. x 3 in.
- 25 plastic spoons
- 300 black trash bags
- 50 coffee filters
- 100 straws, 7-3/4 in. L
- 2 rolls of foil, 12 in. x 25 ft. each
- 25 styrofoam cups, 8 oz. each
- 24 plastic forks
- 432 balloons, 11 in. each
- 1 latching box, 64 qt.
- 16,000 round toothpicks (20 boxes of 800)
- 25 paper bags, brown, 17 in. x 12 in.
- 100 paper plates, 6 in. dia.
- 2 clay modeling assortment, 1 lb. each
- 500 sheets white paper, 8-1/2 in. x 11 in.
The product image is representative of the types of materials included in the kit. Specific components may vary.WARNING: Choking Hazard. Children under 8 yrs. can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision required. Keep uninflated balloons from children. Discard broken balloons at once.
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