WHAT YOU NEED: Small plastic lunch bags which seal across the top Spring clothes peg Pipe cleaner
Pair of googly eyes Glue Felt-tip pen Snacks - grapes/cheddars/ cheese snacks etc.
Each student then received 4-inch lengths of pipe cleaner
and wire, a feather, and toothpicks.
Nathan Manley, 13, was working on the parachute while Nicholas Rodriguez, worked on the pipe cleaner
"legs,'' which are meant to spread out to help reduce shock.
Draw eyes and a smile onto the peg and if you like, use strong glue or a glue gun to stick on little pipe cleaner
Use the pipe cleaner
to clean out tight areas like inside the carrier key.
Poke two small holes through either side of the robot's head, and thread a pipe cleaner
through each, twisting it around to create curly antennae.
Students are presented with a pipe cleaner
and asked to solve the following problem: they must use the pipe cleaner
to transfer a pencil from one desk to another.
I find that a pipe cleaner
dipped in alcohol will do the degreasing just fine with no risk.
You Will Need: * Piece of decorative paper or construction paper * Clear tape * Scissors (optional) * Decorations (ribbon, colored markers, stickers, glitter glue, and so on) * Hole punch (optional) * Pipe cleaner
(optional) * Fresh flowers or treats (small toys, candy, and so on) * White index card * Black marker [ILLUSTRATIOM OMITTED] Directions: 1.
Stuff the bag with newspaper or other filler, and fasten shut by twisting a pipe cleaner
around the top of the bag.
Place two corn husks (one on each side of the pipe cleaner
) about an inch from the bottom of one end of the pipe cleaner
(the corn husks will be laid over the end of the pipe cleaner
as if appearing to extend over the "hand" rather than facing toward the middle of the twisted together pipe cleaner
Twist one end of a pipe cleaner
around the pinched part of each "flower" to make a stem.