Something for weightold towel, bag of dried beans, newspaper, etc
paper towel tube
2vegetable or soup canslegs
Various plastic and metal lids
2silver pipe cleaners
Hot glue gun
To give the robot’s body some weight, first you’ll want to put something inside the cereal box. I used an old sweatshirt. An old towel, a bag of dried beans, lots of wadded up newspaper, anything like that will work.
Wrap the cereal box in aluminum foil and use tape to secure.
Use a craft knife to carve holes in the side of the box for the arms.
Cut the paper towel tube in half and wrap both halves in aluminum foil.
Insert the tubes into the sides of the cereal box.
Wrap each of the cans in aluminum foil.
Use various lids to decorate the front of the cereal box.
Glue lids onto the large can for eyes; then glue bottle caps to the lids for the pupils.
Glue a metal nut on as the nose.
Draw several lines onto white paper, then draw a single line through those lines. Use scissors to cut mouth from the lined paper and tape to the tin can.
Wrap silver pipe cleaner around a pencil, then glue inside the large can.
Glue the head and legs to the cereal box to complete your robot.
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