Many people had ideas today to make things out of paper—a city, a rain forest, and paper airplanes were the starting points. For some, the focus was more on process: mastering the open and shut motion of scissors, slipping the sticky glue over the paper, and squeezing hard to make the hole punchers chomp through paper. For those who didn’t start with a narrative (such as making a city), many eventually came up with stories to tell. The purple glue makes tracks all over the white paper—this is a treasure map! The Whitney glue covers yellow paper and becomes waves washing onto a beach. It’s fun to see what happens when we have the freedom to explore and experience materials fully.