Bob The Builder-pc Builder-building

When you’re building a home or even a shed or shed shed roof you can’t have it all!

You need to get a little creative with the roof and the base of your house.

The more creative you are, the better.

You can use any size of roof and base, as long as it’s made of material that is waterproof.

You will need a roof with a top that can be easily pulled over the base to create a stable base for your house, so the base is sturdy.

You also want to make sure the roof doesn’t touch the base, so that it will not tear.

To build your roof, you will need some basic materials: 1.

A sheet of plywood 1.5 metres by 6 metres.

2.

A wood glue stick 1.75 metres by 4 metres.

3.

A glue stick.

4.

A hammer.

5.

A screwdriver.

6.

A drill bit.

7.

A sanding block.

8.

A sharp knife.

9.

A piece of wood.

10.

A pair of pliers.

11.

A crowbar.

12.

A couple of screws.

13.

A square of 1/4 inch (1.6 mm) thick cardboard.

14.

A block of styrene.

15.

A bit of glue.

16.

A spray bottle.

17.

A few pieces of duct tape.

18.

A box of glue and glue stick glue.

19.

A cardboard box.

20.

A little plastic sheet with some wood glue on it. 21.

A plastic sheet of about 2 inches by 2.5 inches (5 cm by 6 cm).

22.

A stick of glue, glue stick, or glue.

23.

A wire brush.

24.

A toothbrush.

25.

A small screwdriver with a small hole in the end.

26.

A paint brush.

27.

A hobby knife.

28.

A set of scissors.

29.

A ruler.

30.

A rubber band.

31.

A marker.

32.

A pencil.

33.

A scrap of paper.

34.

A paper towel.

35.

A sewing machine needle.

36.

A dry erase marker.

37.

A sticky note.

38.

A thread of string.

39.

A tape measure.

40.

A knife.

41.

A brush.

42.

A ballpoint pen.

43.

A pen and paper.

44.

A notebook.

45.

A dictionary.

46.

A hand towel.

47.

A rag.

48.

A blanket.

49.

A sponge.

50.

A trowel.

51.

A bottle opener.

52.

A measuring tape.

53.

A candle.

54.

A towel.

55.

A mask.

56.

A match.

57.

A twig.

58.

A nail file.

59.

A broom handle.

60.

A needle.

61.

A hairpin.

62.

A file.

63.

A zip tie.

64.

A lock.

65.

A cord.

66.

A bandana.

67.

A cloth.

68.

A padlock.

69.

A magnet.

70.

A belt buckle.

71.

A bag.

72.

A razor blade.

73.

A coin.

74.

A flashlight.

75.

A gun.

76.

A fire extinguisher.

77.

A camera.

78.

A thermometer.

79.

A bar code scanner.

80.

A magnifying glass.

81.

A radio.

82.

A mirror.

83.

A power drill.

84.

A torch.

85.

A battery.

86.

A compass.

87.

A calculator.

88.

A lightbulb.

89.

A clock.

90.

A watch.

91.

A wrench.

92.

A pliers (optional).

93.

A garden hose.

94.

A shovel.

95.

A bucket.

96.

A large mirror.

97.

A lamp.

98.

A flathead screwdriver (optional) 99.

A saw.

100.

A sledgehammer.

101.

A hoe.

102.

A pick.

103.

A spade.

104.

A rake.

105.

A log.

106.

A jackhammer.

107.

A bulldozer.

108.

A water hose.

109.

A mallet.

110.

A tool belt.

111.

A chain saw.

112.

A table saw.

113.

A ladder.

114.

A rope.

115.

A jigsaw.

116.

A scalpel.

117.

A laser.

118.

A diamond.

119.

A sword.

120.

A carpenter’s saw.

121.

A miter saw.

122.

A chisel.

123.

A scissor.

124.

A metal saw.

125.

A lathe.

126.

A router.

127.

A machine gun.

128.

A vacuum cleaner.

129.

A lawn mower.

130.

A dishwasher.

131.

A blowtorch.

132.

A welding torch.

133.

A steam engine.

134. A stove.