It sure if fun, isn't it, but the really neat thing is that paper provides a sustainable medium for great inquiry. Thank you for your NSTA contributions. I've done the Mobius Band with children and they love it!
I'm thinking that sometime in July, hoping that more people have the opportunity to excite their imaginations with this topic and to share ideas, I will put together a STEM-Paper Collection. STEM certainly is in the news and we can go green and suport magnificient low tech inquiry into science and math education. Although I am a high tech educator, I also use and appreciate paper and sticky tape inquiry, too. Actually, I should look up the dated but quite useful UNESCO book that was a great resource in my early Peace Corps days of teaching. That book is more than 50 years old now but it helped to guide village students to do and to enjoy science with little on hand for equipment.
The growing community of teachers on this thread will look forward to what you have to share about your resources. Thanks a bunch, Carolyn.