We had so much fun with hammers and screwdrivers and creating with Styrofoam, that we had to try some other Styrofoam fun. I cut some small blocks from the large pieces we had used in our earlier fun. Then we got out the white school glue and had fun Building with Styrofoam!
To make pieces stick on the sides and at odd angles, we used a few toothpicks. (I wish I had gotten a picture of the final product before it got knocked down by a very excited running child!)
The kindergartner had a blast building with the Styrofoam blocks for well over a half hour. She told me she was creating the ruins of an ancient castle. Love that imagination!
Looking for other ways to play with Styrofoam? Be sure to check out the earlier Styrofoam link up post!
And, if your child loves building, you’ll want to check out our ebook Up!
Now that looks like fun!!!
Oh Soooo fun!!! My kids love building stuff to so they would really enjoy this!
I hope they have fun building in the future! 🙂
looks like so much fun…and you can use toothpicks to hold pieces together too! thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!
Carrie Groneman says
I LOVE this idea! So creative and a great activity for cold winter or hot summer days. Thanks, Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow
Amber @ Fit, Foodie Runs says
Featuring on Fit Foodie Runs Facebook page! Looks like lots of fun! My 5 year old would love this project! Thank you for sharing!
Thanks so much for sharing it!
Angela @ Joy Focused Learning says
It looks like you had so much fun! Thanks for sharing at Anything Goes!