With Memorial Day coming up, I thought we should do a little American flag math / art activity at Figment to teach the kids about patriotism. (Since Memorial Day means more than just flash sales.) I often like to start out with a book for inspiration when introducing a project […]
Month: May 2017
Imagine my excitement when a little girl named Willa asked for a Frida Kahlo art birthday party. What fun! In case you are not familiar with Frida Kahlo, she was a Mexican painter that is remembered for her self-portraits, her pain, being married to artist Diego Rivera, and was a […]
Want to explore a scientific reaction that ends with a BANG? Try this simple experiment. What you need: A gallon plastic bag (I recommend the kind with a slider.) Clear packing tape (Just to be safe.) White Vinegar Baking Soda Food Coloring Clothes Pin safety goggles What to do: Put a […]
Working big is so impactful on kids. This weekend we went big and made a geometric weaving loom at the Austin Maker Faire for the kids to add to. It was a great introduction to weaving. They created a shaded “cave” for them to play in and on. I overheard […]
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