Last night my son and I worked a booth at the science fair. We were given a pile of cardboard rolls and some boxes, no instructions. Just the exhibit title: “Tumbling Towers.”
Here’s what we came up with. Kids could build a structure that had to withstand the following natural disasters:
1. Tornado (my son waving a cardboard fan to create wind)
2. Earthquake (All the kids and myself rattling the desk)
3. Sharknado (miscellanous violence and shouting)
4. Unkind Thoughts (scowling at the building and making menacing gestures)
I found out later we were supposed to use the stuff to play a big version of “Jenga.” Our booth was pretty popular, though.