Sitting on the sofa on Friday evening, wondering how to entertain Henry on a Saturday morning whilst i was going out, Kevin came up with a great project that Henry found fascinating and a lot of fun.
What you need:
Coloured paper (at least 3 colours)
Scissors & glue
In preparation, Kevin cut out around 20 different shapes that he imagined Henry would identify with as part of a machine - cogs, levers, conveyor belts, switches and funnels, using two different coloured papers to make it more interesting. He then stuck the frame work onto the paper (the box in which he envisaged Henry would make the machine).
With Henry they discussed that they were going to make a machine, what the parts might be that Kevin had prepared and how it might work. after that Henry had a free hand in the design of the machine.
Sticking each piece down individually, Henry came up with a pretty impressive end result....it could possibly even work!
When i got home he took the project off the fridge with great enthusiasm and explained what all the bits did in this "gravity making machine".
Definitely one to be replicated.