Inspiring Imagination: Playing with a Cardboard Box

by Kate Ladd March 25, 2017 1 min read

Inspiring Imagination: Playing with a Cardboard Box

Stuck inside on a rainy weekend day? Grab a cardboard box, some markers, crayons, stickers, scissors and set your kids loose to build a fort, time machine, airplane or anything else they can create!

 

There are lots of tutorials out there for making fancy forts and such, but really, the kids will have just as much fun with unguided play.

 

Leave markers out so they can continue to embellish their cardboard box creation all weekend long!

 

Sometimes keeping it simple makes for the most entertaining, imaginative play. Do you have any great ideas for how to play with cardboard boxes? Leave a comment and let us know!

 

Kate Ladd
Kate Ladd


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Kevin Marshall
Kevin Marshall

September 12, 2020

Thanks for sharing this blog is soo informative you need to packaging or boxes then you visit Custom Cardboard Boxes and take your own style boxes.

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