Students in the Intro to Programming Course create mazes using masking tape for each other to solve by programming Sphero, a rolling robot, to navigate the maze with just the tap of a button.
Students in the Spying and Surveillance Course learn what it takes to be a spy. From cracking codes to flying drones, these students are well on their way to mastering the art of espionage.
Students had an opportunity to "reinvent the wheel" on some New Yorker Cartoons. Each student was able to pick out various printed cartoons and using current events or just simple dialog to describe the black and white cartoon. Using their own voice students wrote creative jokes and we shared the barrel of laughs over.
Students set sail with their imagination during the Sail Cars activity, creating wind-powered cars out of CDs, duct tape, plastic straws, and a box fan.
In Casino math, all bets are off with how much fun students can have. The students stack their chips of knowledge with math fundamentals and casino gaming types. Stakes were high when the students created games on their own.
Everybody needs somebody — even if it's an inanimate somebody! Students take to the art supplies to make their very own companions that can be with them all around campus. Some had buttons, some had dresses, and some had the cutest hats we've ever seen.
Mixing up the possibilities in Summer Spa as the students stir up their powders and delightful aromas for a personalized fizzy bath bomb!
Students who chose today's Karate offering learned fundamentals of the ancient martial art, including athletic foot stance, striking technique, and balance.
There is no such thing as a Medieval life crisis here on campus as our young learners gather on the Quad for a party fit for any knight, king, queen, or imperial! Students had shield-making and crown-making activities throughout the day to prepare themselves for the journey to the middle ages. They make a goblet for their root beer floats, join the jousting tournament, and even make catapults.