To help students recognize their ability to make a difference in the world, small, frequent events have a bigger impact than singular, large-scale events.
“The Office of Strategic Partnerships needs help from you third graders!” The introduction of a project-based learning experience.
Making Makers: Makers as Children, Children as Makers by Annmarie Thomas My rating: 5 of 5 stars A very entertaining collection of stories shared by some modern makers reflecting on experiences from their childhood. These experiences are organized by the author into themes that represent a solid list of dispositions typically associated with the “maker…
Kindergarteners get a magical visit from some Gingerbread Babies, and it becomes a motivating educational theme.
The weather rocks being made by Kindergarteners are nearly complete, as the ropes hold the structures of sticks and stones together.
The signs explaining how to “use” the weather rocks have been decorated. Now the Kindergarteners must tie a pair of knots on the sign so that it can accompany their rocks.