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Max's Models Racing Car - junk modelling, recycling, junk, craft, max mcmurdo, dragons den, bbc, max's models, funk junk, stickers, avery stickers, car
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  • Im an art teacher and i think these resources are BRILLLL

    , May 10th
  • As a stretch and challenge independent learning task for more able P Scales students in Secondary school

    , Jan 2nd
  • an activity for a rward

    , Jul 1st
    • Hi raziabibi,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

      , Jul 1st
  • A great little activity to use up some of our class recycling

    , May 11th

Following a brief career in car design, Max McMurdo established his own eco design business taking every day items and transforming them into beautiful pieces of furniture.

In 2007 Max appeared on the BBC’s Dragons’ Den where he successfully received investment to turn his eco creations into the award winning business it is today.

Twinkl are excited to be working alongside Max to create some new activity kits. What are you waiting for? Get collecting your milk cartons and cereal boxes, print out your Funk Junk stickers onto Avery labels and start junk modelling!

If you would like max to come to your school please visit or follow him on twitter @maxreestore

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