Corrugated cardboard rocket

The kids, fascinated by space, are ready to make aircraft from any available means. Therefore, they will be happy to learn how to make a rocket from corrugated cardboard - a material that is quite interesting and relatively rarely used. By showing a simple master class on this topic, you can expand the boundaries of children's skills and knowledge.

 Corrugated cardboard rocket

Corrugated cardboard rocket

Corrugated cardboard keeps the shape well and allows you to quickly create three-dimensional objects. It does not require a special approach to work and the use of some complex techniques, so the rocket of corrugated cardboard with his own hands can be made even by young children. In addition to the corrugated cardboard of two colors, you will need a small piece of red cardboard with foil-coated coating, scissors and stationery glue.

Get down!

Take a rectangular piece of cardboard basic (basic) color.We will have a blue-colored cardboard.

 Corrugated cardboard

Corrugated cardboard

Gently fold it into a roll, tightly pressing the coils to each other . For strength, we fix the edge of the roll with glue.

 We fold the cardboard into a tube

We fold the cardboard into a tube

We take a narrow strip of cardboard of a different color (we have yellow). If the strip is short, cut off a few more.

 Corrugated paper strips

Corrugated paper strips

Wrap these strips on top of the first roll, creating them like a pyramid. Fix it with glue.

 Fixing the top of the rocket

Fixing the top of the rocket

We cut a semicircle from the same cardboard, divide it into two equal parts.

Wings

Wings

Glue them to the sides of the main roll, at its base. He begins to acquire similarities with the rocket.

Glue"wings"

Glue the "wings"

Cut two more small narrow strips, twist them into rolls. We fix the tips with a drop of glue.

 Two rolls of thin stripes

Two rolls of thin stripes

We glue these rolls to the hull of our rockets - and they turn into portholes.



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