Students construct and decorate gingerbread houses out of cookies they baked earlier.
Voyager student, discussing her Chem Lab workshop
Wilderness Survival students spend the last day of their course learning how to start a campfire and then roasting marshmallows over it.
Mini Explorers create a giant replica of the butterfly at the end of Eric Carle's famous book The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Using techniques learned during this week's course, our decorators design final cakes for Swashbuckler Susan to judge.
Students use only twine and the natural material around them to construct shelters in the woods.
Students use hand stitching and sewing machines to put together their plush creations.
Students work in teams to imagine the possibilities if they were leaders in their own medieval empire. What would it look like? How would it function? Students get to make those decisions as they continue building their model empires.
Students build their original designs — including a robotic dog, thermometer, and toothbrush — using littleBits technology and recycled materials.
Using paints, pastels, and pencils, students finish their original movie poster designs that will be showcased at Off-Broadway Night.