LUNCHBOX CHAL­LENGE

Townsville Bulletin - - EDUCATION -

YEAR

2 stu­dents from Cran­brook State School have been work­ing hard on a tech­nol­ogy task, com­ing up with many novel ideas on how to build the ul­ti­mate lunchbox.

The Year 2KD stu­dents could use any ma­te­ri­als they thought would be the best to make their own prac­ti­cal, but very stylish ver­sion.

There were a few guide­lines to fol­low and then they could use their own imag­i­na­tion to bring it to fruition.

A colour­ful ar­ray of lunch­boxes was pre­sented, with each one hav­ing to hold a sand­wich and orange then be able to be wiped clean with a wet cloth.

The class was a hive of ac­tiv­ity and their ex­cite­ment and pride was eas­ily seen when it was time to show off their unique cre­ations.

The most dif­fi­cult part of the chal­lenge was to see if each lunchbox could be wiped clean and still re­main in­tact.

Con­grat­u­la­tions Year 2, your lunches will be safe.

Stu­dent To­bias En­nis and, Taj Vil­iamu, Is­abella Bur­den, Lade­sha Point­ing, with Zachary Varnes and Dean Sporn.

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