In May, we’ll be looking at maze projects you can do with students.
For the first project, you need shoebox lids, plastic straws, and marbles. Kids of all ages can glue or tape down their straw pieces to create a simple game. This is a great project to teach about iteration. Once they’ve made and played their game, they can see how to improve it or make it more difficult.
Here’s an example from a public library in New Jersey: