Cardboard Weavings Continued

After the tinted and shaded complementary colors had dried, I spent some quality time with a box cutter, slashing old Frito boxes into weaving strips. These 10 strips would serve  as puzzle pieces for our second grade weavers.

It took lots of concentration and trial and error to get these strips to stay in place without the help of tape or glue. Once each student came up with a unique way to get the cardboard strips to stick on their own, they were allowed to use hot glue to help cement their efforts.

Although these pieces are large, they have a latticed, labyrinth, loveliness to them. Kudos!

 

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