Projects

CREATIVITY STARTS WITH THE ARTS

CREATIVITY is the least important, most important attribute and totally absent in the U.S. ~ Karen Ellis

THE GINIKER: IS THE LIGHTENING BOLT – THE FIRE
THE LEADER IS THE FLINT
THE FIRST FOLLOWER PROVIDES THE HEAT WHICH IS (JAZZ)
The follower – THE 2ND PERSON is a turning point: it’s proof the first has done well.
Followers are more important than a leader – followers start a movement!

REMEMBER PLAY BUILDS BIG BRAINS AND MAKES YOU INTELLIGENT
“Language is Music and Music is Language” ~ Karen Ellis
Music makes you smarter #Music #Math

 

ANYONE CAN DO THESE PROJECTS
AT ANY AGE – ANY GRADE LEVEL
WITH ANYTHING AROUND THE HOUSE
#STEAM #SCIENCE DO IT YOURSELF PROJECTS

BUILD A MACHINE PROJECT
Build a Rube Goldberg machine that can feed the dogs chicken, using common items found around the house.
Matthew Green @matthew_d_green #Science #STEAM #EdTech

HOW TO MAKE A VIDEO CURRICULUM PROJECT

MAKE A VIDEO WITH YOUR PHONE
MAKE A VIDEO WITH YOUR COMPUTER – WHERE TO PUT YOUR VIDEO UP ONLINE

 

GO TO https://K12PlayGround.com

K12 students can link to their video from their K12  School Website information page. Make your school proud – your video is Proof of work – Evidence your skills.
Find you K12 School website Information Page
From this page you can link to your video URL
Use hashtags #Covid-19 #RemoteLearning #K12RemoteLearning #edTech #Technology #Science #Covid19 and more

#STEM  PROJECTS  — DO IT YOURSELF SCIENCE

ACTIVITIES From homemade bath bombs to toothbrush-and-rubber-band robots, the has over three dozen at-home experiments for aspiring scientists. The experiments show that “you can demonstrate cool scientific principles and test out your ideas with everyday objects found all around you.
Each experiment is accompanied by a materials list and set of instructions, and most also feature additional content.

“Edible DNA” Project experiment links to information on related careers in biology and neurobiology, while the “Scribble Bots” experiment includes a couple of electricity-themed fun facts.

Build a hand-sanitizer dispenser Project. Use hashtag use #covid19
Students are being encouraged to create projects that could be useful in relation to the current health situation, such as building a hand-sanitizer dispenser.

About Hand Sanitizer: it will do in a pinch when you can’t wash with soap and water. Washing your hands is BETTER.

Bakersfield, California, is a large city about 100 miles north of Los Angeles.
Where, in 1966, a student nurse named Lupe Hernandez first dreamed up the idea of hand sanitizer.  Hernandez realized alcohol delivered through a gel could clean hands in a situation where there was no access to soap and warm water. Recognizing the commercial potential of her idea, she duly called an inventions hotline she had heard about on television and set about registering the patent.
MAKE YOUR OWN – Rubbing Alcohol  and Organic Aloe
Ratio is 2 to 1  —  combine 70% alcohol and 30% Aloe together in your squeeze bottle. Add a drop or lavender or lemon scent if you like.

Download this app project that allows you to communicate without a voice 
After you see what this can do, find out how something like this is built?
What do you NEED TO KNOW TO BUILD AN APP LIKE THIS?

TELL YOUR STORY IN PLACE
Plan to hear stories and ask the student to focus on something in particular from that story. Students can choose an activity that pursues learning more about the topic they select.