Monthly Archives: October 2015

Measurement and Fine Motor in First Grade

Last month, I wrote about second graders making finger puppets from felt to have a two-fold purpose, acting as erasers as well. Given the utility value linked to the learning aspects, and the fact that the first graders hadn’t yet … Continue reading

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Presenting at the Nueva ILC

Today I had the honor of presenting at the Nueva ILC about Makerspaces along with Robert Pronovost, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Ravenswood. Not only was it wonderful to work and present with Robert, I enjoyed the atmosphere, the engagement … Continue reading

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October, Halloween and the Maker Studio

It has been a super busy two days at the Maker Studio with the announcement last week that the students could make their own costumes this year. It started with one of our parent volunteers, Amber, saying she could help … Continue reading

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