Egg Box Gargoyles

By Laura McKendry.

In this post, artist illustrator Laura McKendry shows how to make inventive gargoyles using discarded egg boxes. This activity encourages learners to play, experiment and explore materials with curiosity. It also engages them with creative problem solving using 3D making, as well as how facial expressions can communicate character. Using every day and inexpensive materials, these egg box gargoyles are particularly suitable for upper KS2 children, and the activity would also work well for an after school club.

A cardboard gargoyle made from an egg box.

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