This rocket was constructed using different materials; these included metal bolts, silver tape, super glue and cell batteries. The lettering is the same that on astronaut Tim Peak's rocket that launched on December 15th 2015.
Bea and her family designed a secure giraffe structure out of plumbing pipes, screws and wire. They then used wool, paint, plant pots and lids to bring it to life!
TJay used Memo to recall that Stegosaurus have spiky tails. Together with his mum, he created a dinosaur using empty cereal boxes, duct tape, containers and newspaper! The structure is strong and stands independently - well done!
Chloe and her mum used a variety of colours to create this African scene! The animals came to life out of plasticine!
This rocket is 'out of this world'! Many of the key skills to be a designer were used to create this rocket, including using electrical circuits in product designs!
Grace and her Dad used Creation and Memo when they resourced sponges and fibre from Dad's work to shape this lion. Sand, glue,string, broom straws and eyes from another toy, added the final touches!
Adam worked with his Dad to bake this Australian themed koala cake! They used grey, white and black food colouring to create the skin, fur and nose and chocolate buttons for the eyes!
Another magic wizard's wand! This one was made with Dad using ribbon, paper, jewels and an electrical circuit to produce a light that can be turned on and off!
Joshua went to the beach with his mum to collect the shells. He used pointy ones for the teeth!
Jasmin created this underwater scene for her habitat! She used crepe paper, real sand and shells, and painted on delicate fish!
Max and his family carved and painted the wood, used a drill to create holes and screwed the wheels in!
Connie and her mum built this Egyptian scene; they made 3D shapes from nets, painted, added creative things like the bottles, and jewels in the tomb, and labelled each aspect!
The Lion King sock puppet! Created by Ethan and his family using a range of textiles skills.
Jack and his mum designed this castle from different cardboard boxes and used paints to create the details!
Hannah and her Mum and Dad created this castle together. Dad made the flags and Mum helped to cut the structure and add details such as the door and trees.
This wand was created out of a twig from a tree, and carved into the right shape. Red glitter ribbon was added to the base of the wand, and glitter was sprinkled on!
This is Joe's giant octopus! He made the legs with huge pipe cleaners and the body with paper mache!
Joe, his sister, mum and nan have created this dragon sock-puppet using foam, glue, needles and thread and pens!
Jack made this with his Mum - they went to the beach to collect the shells and seaweed. First they were going to use seaweed for legs but then they adapted and used the seaweed for the body instead! The eyes were Jack's idea!