Each printable challenge pack contains an illustrated adventure story, problem solving sheets, design sheets, making guidelines, hero badge to make and ideas on how to extend your child’s learning through play.
You also receive a detailed guide outlining what resources you might need, how to set out the challenge and tips on how to fully engage the children and let their creativity shine.
The printable also contains links to our secret web page where you can download your free certificate and other freebies.
Challenge One is a space theme but that doesn’t mean children will design something space related! Here are a few things that children have created so far
- Genevieve focused on communications and felt that Pip would need to speak to his friends. She made a very snazzy, loud speaker so that Pip could shout into space. Her brother Henry made a three headed dog to keep Pip company.
- Jude knew that life on a planet would be boring and so created Pip a very cool ball game out of newspaper complete with scoring board. Big sister Eve and her mum made a full size den for Pip to shelter in, including shelves, a fire and a seat. Eve also created a very life like set of ear phones for Pip that linked to his own Iphone so that he could listen to music.
- Riley was quick of the mark and knowing that Pip needed cheering up instantly made him a bottle of cherry squash followed by a jet pack and a hot dog. Little sister Ella made sure Pip was comfortable with a long scarf.
- Bjarni put his inventing skills to the test and designed a working water well and a box that harnessed the power of lightening. Once Pip had water and electricity more inventions followed and a flat screen, wall mounted TV was quickly installed complete with remote!
- George, Felix and mum created Blooby, a very cute robot friend for Pip. I have to say Blooby might be the most lovely robot I have ever met.
No idea is too crazy and nothing is off limits…..rocket ships, chairs, houses, pet dragons or a whole new language; Pip loves all your inventions.