Remember this project? Heres another way to use round cheese boxes. Have your student(s) make instruments from them!
My instructions to students for the examples below were pretty vague, but you can be specific as you want . My directions were just to make a musical instrument using the cheese container. However, you could specify that the student make a stringed instrument, or even give directions on how to make a particular instrument. I like to allow the creativity to flow (plus less prep work for me!), but there is certainly a place for a variety of approaches.
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