Students had a great time how to tie knots, leveling up to make paracord bracelets and keychains.
Cup stacking competitions can be intense! Students had a fun time learning about cup stacking, speed, and structural integrity. With as much balance as possible they worked in teams (with the slight help of the instructor to reach the top) to build a pyramid up to the ceiling. As soon as they reached the top, they celebrated by knocking it down!
Our students unwound in this activity where they were taught how to bind their own books. Using paper folding techniques to crease a few pages together, the students created a cover and interior pages to make a small book. Once completed they could use it as a journal or sketch pad (maybe even to make their own story!).
Students unleashed their creativity with drawing, weaving, and paper airplanes! Some students raced their planes while others were happily weaving bracelets or getting creative with drawing.
Students hit it outta the park in team work while on the field. The rain stayed away and allowed our team to play outside. Some learned how to play for the first time and others just had fun playing!
Today was electrifying for the students as they learn about conductivity, metals, and various solutions. Students had the opportunity to learn and then make their own metal tag where they designed their own design and used the electricity to etch it into the metal.
All signs point toward somewhere; in this case, they point toward nowhere. Students learn about the purpose of signs and their colors and symbols, then make signs that are complete opposites. Students then post their signs around campus for everyone to enjoy.
Without a shadow of a doubt, this activity gets the students' creative light shining as they draw, cut out, and put on their own puppet show.
Brushes, and colors, and pictures, oh my! Students use their creative side while mixing together some vibrant colors to get creative on layers of paint.
Students in the Paint and Plant Night activity create wonderful terracotta pots. They learn the fundamentals of plant life — and a creative way to display them.