Toys from Cardboard Boxes

Toys from Cardboard Boxes

A father from Henan, a central province in China makes toys using low cost materials. Using cardboard boxes, bottles, wood skewers, elastic bands, bottle caps, marbles and a whole lot of imagination.  

His goals was to encourage his daughter to spend less time in-front of a screen.  The result was more quality time with his 5 year old.

Which cardboard toy would you like to play with first?

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