- Cardboard Automata
- Literary Connection -(Galimoto) MakerSpace aligned to TEKS
- Breakout EDU
- The Global Cardboard Challenge 2016
- Cardboard mini-golf course
- Dog Chew Toy
- Dot Day - Held in Sept. Visit Site
- Duct Tape Projects
- Jewelry - Canywrapper
- Straw Weaving
- Tye Dye A T-Shirt
- Wands from Harry Potter
Low Tech / No Tech
Dot Day - Held in Sept. Visit Site
" The Dot is the story of a caring teacher who dares a doubting student to trust in her own abilities by being brave enough to “make her mark”. What begins with a small dot on a piece of paper becomes a breakthrough in confidence and courage, igniting a journey of self-discovery and sharing, which has gone on to inspire countless children and adults around the globe."
Check out the book from your campus librarian!
Making a Mark - Read, Create, Learn!
Connect with other students from around the world and share ideas. https://education.microsoft.com/skype-in-the-classroom/overview
Whitney Jones, Librarian at Old Settlers Elementary (Flower Mound)
Katie Cox, McKamy Middle School
Dot day is the best! Katie did a great job organizing some of the middle schooler students to come to assist EVERY student at Old Settlers Elementary make their Dot Day projects. The students from Hedrick Middle School are focusing on collaboration and will document this event in their district ePortfolios! We also painted rocks and made a rock river, photo attached. Let me just say, while I love to make… I have NO ambitions to be an art teacher. Painting with the whole school is exhausting!!!! Liz, you are better than me, I called off going to hockey
We also painted rocks and made a rock river of dots! Whitney Jones said, "Let me just say, while I love to make, I have NO ambitions to be an art teacher. Painting with the whole school is exhausting!"
Holly Earl at Garden Ridge Elementary (Dot Day!)
Students programmed Dot robots for Dot Day.
"Dot is a clever little robot with multiple sensors and a quirky personality that powers the Do-It-Yourself projects in the new Dot Creativity Kit. Kids will learn about robotics and develop fundamental coding and problem-solving skills while having fun. Dot’s projects range from crafting and active play to storytelling and construction." https://www.makewonder.com/dot_creativity_kit
Collage by Leah Mann - All of the images tweeted! #LISDlib