Monthly Archives: August 2011

Another Example of Natural Kid Engineering

I posted previously on ways that kids are natural engineers at school with their fairy houses and gnome homes.  On vacation at the beach, another one became apparent, sand castles.  Such a great way to explore materials and building!  You … Continue reading

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Tracking Engineering Skills Over Time

I am trying to think of a good way to track engineering skills over time.  I will be tracking this year’s K class as they progress to sixth grade.  Is there a task I can give them that will work … Continue reading

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BeeBot Class

I taught my first BeeBot class for teachers and it went great! BeeBots are small premade robots meant for early elementary students.  I used them in PK and K.  I was not sure there was enough for a whole day … Continue reading

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