Cultivating a Culture of Literacy - Cardboard Challenge


Cardboard Challenge


Imagination.org is a non-profit organization with a mission to foster creativity.  They started after the response to Caine's Arcade.  Watch the videos below to learn more about Caine's Arcade. 

Caine's Aracade




Caine's Arcade 2: From a Movie to a Movement



Now annually there is a Cardboard Challenge held on October 7.  

You can find great ideas from Imagination.org including blog posts and videos on how to get started.


Embrace the Chaos

The other great part about the Cardboard Challenge is you can also incorporate books which include creativity with the use of a box.  You might want to have your Cardboard Challenge center around a certain theme, curricular outcome or just let your student's imagination sore.








References


Flyte, M. (2016). Box. London, UK: Nosy Crow.

Imagination Blog. (Photographer).  (2017, September 1). Embrace the chaos and 7 other tips for organizing a cardboard challenge [digital image]. Retrieved from https://imagination.live/embrace-the-chaos-and-7-other-tips-for-organizing-a-cardboard-challenge-4e952542a899

Imagination Foundation. (2012, September 13). Caine's arcade 2: From a movie to a movement [Video File]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ul9c-4dX4Hk

Janssens, A. (2012). The box. New York, NY: Clavis.

Lamug, K. K. (2011). A box story. Las Vegas, NV: Rabblebox.

Mullick, N. (2012, April 9). Caine's arcade [Video File]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=faIFNkdq96U

Portis, A. (2006). Not a box. New York, NY: HaperCollins.

Yolen, J. (2016). What to do with a box. Mankato, MN: Creative Editions.


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