If they can think it, they can build it!

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Want to see this project in action and experience the power of play first hand? We would love some extra hands on Saturday mornings.

Contact Aneta at aneta@qwbli.com.

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Succeeding in the 21st-century means learning how to think, not what to think.

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Through hands-on practical problem solving, interdisciplinary learning and the development of transferable skills, your child can imagine a world of boundless opportunities.

 
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The ability to dream, take chances, and create the things we imagine… these are the skills of entrepreneurs, innovators and change makers.

Profesor Qwbli's & Newton's Road have teamed up to create Profesor Qwbli's Cardboard Challenge, where kids will learn a host of 21st century skills and attitudes, like critical thinking, resourcefulness, perseverance and teamwork. It's an opportunity for kids to let their imaginations run wild, explore their passions and discover new ideas.

SATURDAYS, JANUARY 20 - APRIL 21 | 9 - 11

What is Professor Qwbli's Cardboard Challenge?

Professor Qwbli's Cardboard Challenge is an official Global Cardboard Challenge event, which was inspired by the short film, ‘Caine’s Arcade.' Professor Qwbli’s has teamed up with Newton’s RoadMakedo & Imagination Foundation to celebrate student creativity and the role communities can play in fostering it. 90% of the proceeds of Professor Qwbli’s Cardboard Challenge will be used to bring 3D printers, classroom tech and professional development to the students and teachers of The Pathfinder School. 10% will be donated to the Imagination Foundation.

Imagining living in a world of hoverboards, personal flying machines, space travel, even time travel… in an age of wonder where anything is possible. With this in mind, students in Professor Qwbli’s Cardboard Challenge will create, design and build the universe’s first intergalactic amusement park & playground using cardboard, recycled materials and imagination. 

The Challenge

Each Saturday morning from January 20th through April 21st (excluding March 24 & 31) students will let their imaginations run wild to create roller coasters, rides, carnival games, food carts, restaurants, people movers, amphitheaters, exhibits, attractions, you name it. If they can think it, they can build it!

The Benefits

Imagining living in a world of hoverboards, personal flying machines, space travel, even time travel… in an age of wonder where anything is possible. With this in mind, students in Professor Qwbli’s Cardboard Challenge will create, design and build the universe’s first intergalactic amusement park & playground using cardboard, recycled materials and imagination. 


“Every child is a creative innovator from birth. It is how learning takes place. The goal of education should be to sustain and empower that sense of wonder through adulthood. Creativity is the means by which difficult problems are solved. Practicing creative thinking ensures our capacity to bring real solutions to our world.”
— Rob Hansen, The Pathfinder School

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Your child’s participation in Professor Qwbli’s Cardboard Challenge will help bring 3D printers & supplies, as well as other classroom technology and STEAM professional development, to the students and teachers of The Pathfinder School.