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District Educational Continuity Guide: MakerSpace for K-12
You will want to bookmark this amazing resource and visit it often! The Exploratorium isn't just a museum; it's an ongoing exploration of science, art, and human perception. Explore its vast collection of online experiences, activities and education resources supporting online teaching and learning.
The California Science Center offers science learning with easy to follow activities. This resource is designed for families to explore, investigate and have fun learning together without leaving home. All activities use household supplies, and are appropriate for a variety of ages.
Ms. Parker's Maker Youtube Channel
Ms. Parker is an Art teacher at Carson Graham Secondary. Check out this Amazing Playlist of her Maker Video Series!
Tinkering and Take Apart
Tinkering and taking things apart (with permission and guidance, of course) are great ways to solve problems and figure out how things work. Check out the resources below for ideas. Special thanks to Ms. Parker @ Carson Graham!
This collection is a 10 week Tinkering series offered to first grade students. Using everyday materials in open-ended projects, transform the ordinary to the extraordinary while nurturing problem solving skills, building creative confidence, encouraging collaboration, and empowering students as agents of their own success.
Earth Day is our annual reminder to slow down and appreciate the bounty of the earth.
These 50 Earth Day Activities for kids will encourage children to create objects from natural and recycled materials and spend more time outdoors.
Fun DIY OUTDOOR GAMES & ACTIVITIES to Make for Warmer Weather!
A Library of Congress Exhibition: Welcome to the world of comic art, where a wide variety of visual and narrative storytelling styles have evolved from panels in early newspapers to contemporary comic images.