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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous entertainment activities and play areas for children have been forced to close. Consequently, parents with young children often find themselves in a predicament where they are uncertain about what activities to engage in with their kids.

Nissan has devised an intriguing concept to assist parents. They have recently released a video demonstrating the creation of a cardboard car, known as the Nissan Kidster. Alongside this video, Nissan has provided a link for parents to download printable details to attach to the cardboard, giving it an appearance reminiscent of genuine Nissan car models.

Nissan’s children’s car model has one drawback: it “runs on rice”.

For additional instructions on how to create a cardboard box car and to access further information, click on the provided link below.


When building a car, there are several steps that parents can involve their children in. However, it is vital for parents to take safety measures when cutting the carton box to create the frame, in order to prevent any avoidable accidents.

The materials required for constructing a vehicle are as follows:

  • Large cardboard box
  • Large adhesive tape
  • Coloring materials (paint, brushes…)
  • Paper
  • Printer (to print out collage details downloaded from Nissan’s site)
  • Drag
  • Paper cutter
  • Glue
  • Hard paper or cardboard
  • Cork or pencil
  • pushpins
  • Aluminum foil

Watch the video at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRdW7aePsgQ

One drawback of this car is that it runs “on foot power.” As a result, parents will need to manually push the stroller while their children roam around the house. In case there are multiple siblings, parents can take turns pushing the stroller.

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