It is very easy to understand low structure materials, which are simple in material use, low in difficulty, strong in variability and high in plasticity.
Materials are not unfamiliar to us. Common materials in life include metal materials, electronic materials, building materials, etc. Have you heard of low-structure materials and what are low-structure materials?
Low-structure materials, as the name implies, are materials that are not too wasteful, relatively simple, and not very difficult to operate. It has the characteristics of strong variability and high plasticity.
Low structure materials are generally found in kindergartens, children’s parks and other areas to stimulate children’s imagination, improve innovative thinking and cultivate practical ability.
Common low structure materials in life are cartons, cans, plastic bottles, clay, playing boxes and so on.
Take the can as an example, usually we drink drink to leave the empty bottle, can be transformed into a creative pen holder or made into some practical small toys for children to kill time, one saves the cost of buying, two also exercise their own hands-on ability, why not?