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In this episode Ava and I try to learn how to make a duct tape pencil pouch based on some very simple and basic instructions. It turns out awesome, but as always it is the conversations and questions we have that make this work so good.
Let us know your thoughts and please give Ava a thumbs up. She loves to see the thumbs up and comments. Our goal is a 100 likes.
The book we used is Tape It & Make It: 101 Duct Tape Activities
Give us an idea for what we should make next.
In this episode the crew assembles once again for a roundtable discussion on our favorite show, The OA.
If you have not watched the show, then stop what you are doing and go binge watch right now.
If you have watched the show, then you must check this episode out and leave a comment sharing your ideas and thoughts.
In this episode Ava and I build a bristlebot using a kit we had laying around the house. This is a fun quick easy activity to do as you will see. It is a lot of fun and great STEM activity.
If you want you can make your own from parts from the dollar store. Check our link below for tutorials and guides. I really recommend making your own from scratch, but this kit will get you up and running in no time!
You can buy this kit here http://www.bristlebots.org/OR
Check out all options on amazon.com https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no…
Be creative and make your own from scratch. Follow our guide here
If you missed our first episode of us making slime check it out here as well1
Holy cowabunga all my ninja turtle friends! Have you heard the latest and greatest?
Google Classroom is open to everyone. You are now allowed to have Classroom on your personal gmail accounts making PD, global collaboration, online learning, and more so much easier.
Check out the video and leave me a comment on what this means for you. I have big plans and cannot wait to roll them out this summer. I hope you are ready. Grab your coffee because this changes everything!
My daughter, Ava, and I have decided to make a series of episodes showcasing our experiments in learning. Ava loves watching videos on YouTube. It is her “tv” and when she plays pretend it is always as if she is making a video.
This is our first episode. It is our experiment making slime. Slime has taken over the world of children and finding Elmer’s Glue is like finding gold. This is our first video so be nice and be sure to give Ava a like to encourage her to make more learning videos.
What I love best is that I am able to model online behavior and awareness as this is their world. More importantly, my goal is to teach my children the act of sharing. We share our ideas to inspire others to learn. She is already looking forward to our next experiment.
Enjoy! and be sure to share with us your slime creations. If you have an experiment for us to try leave a comment here or on YouTube.
More importantly if you like give her a shoutout. It is amazing what a little nudge can do for a kid.
Do you want a better visual display of people who are sending you emails? Ever wish you could distinguish emails quickly and easily?
Once installed it will add icons of each email you receive so you can glance for the icons that matter most to you.
Less reading. Less confusion.
Find what you need in quick and easy visual layout.
As always, if you like this tip please give my video a thumbs up on YouTube and subscribe to the channel.
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