Here are the raw list of materials from the Excel doc:
The idea is to use low-resolution nimble materials that can be manipulated quickly.
We use this with the Wallet, Gift Giving, Mechanic and other 1 hour design challenges.
|duct tape (color would be ideal)|
|paper clips, (asst colors ideal)|
|decorative brads (square, crystal)|
|stapler (with staples)|
|hot glue/glue guns|
|assorted fabric swatches|
|assorted foam sheets|
|post-it notes, 3x3|
large rolls of butcher paper
|stickers (alphabet, numeric, etc)|
|yarn/string (yellow, red, black, green)|
|rubber bands, multicolored|
|assorted foam shapes|
|Fine point black sharpie|
|Thick, color sharpies, assorted|
Here is a list of materials we recommend for use with our Girl Scout "design at home" kit.
Amounts listed in parenthesizes are approximates for a one challenge (two sessions) with 10 people.
Glue sticks (4)
Glue guns (2)
Washable markers (20)
Craft Sticks (50)
Colored Straws (50)
Pipe Cleaners (100)
Paper Plates (40)
Lunch Bags (20)
Paper Clips (100)
Sticky Notes (6 packs)
Construction Paper (2 packs)
scrap paper from kids, washed juice bottles, water bottles - repurpose stuff from kids' lunches that would normally go in the recycling bin, empty boxes left over from supplies in the staff room/copy room.