I could lecture my students about light and shadow, how shadows are made, about silhouette and shape, teach them about the difference between translucent and opaque … but I believe that hands-on learning is the best way for a child to fully grasp a mysterious concept like light. So we put […]
Tag: early education
We made some fun draw bots and moving bots this week at Figment summer camp. It was a great activity to show the kids how vibration creates movement. What you need: Regular sized pool noodles (Can be found at Dollar Tree during summer season for $1 each.) Electric generic […]
Today at Figment summer camp we made DIY Lava Lamps. It was a super easy and fun activity, that teaches kids about molecules and density, in a pretty fantastic way. Here is a quick How To! -Please note that this has been edited. We realized after the lesson that more […]
We went on a family (four families and Jenny) road trip to Fort Davis Texas last week. It was a fabulous getaway! Wwe visited the revived art town of Marfa (home of Donald Judd) and attended a Star Party at the nearby McDonald Observatory . If you ever are near […]
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