I really enjoyed making things out of cardboard as a kid and my daughter (10) loves physical construction as well. Some of the things I'd like to provide her tools for :
Easily cutting cardboard
- Klever Cutter (cost is about $3 ea. but I suspect they don't last long. Can't replace the blade.
- Skil powered cutter (downside: expensive and a bit more dangerous)
- Powered scissors - Seems like the best option.
Connecting Cardboard. I'm thinking maybe brads.
What would be a good selection of materials and tools to provide my daughter that would allow her to make cardboard-based construction projects safely? What level of supervision would be required given the materials recommended?