The Great Kapok Tree is a world-wide school favorite for its lessons on sharing the planet. Our students learned about the animals, their behaviors and habitats and brought the story to life in this elementary school collaboration.
"Lifelong learning" is a common phrase in education. You see it in mission statements and on school websites. Everyone agrees it's what we want for every child. But what does it really mean? And more importantly how does building lifelong learners happen?
Our Tiny Techie Club spent the morning learning about circuits, all while making a fun toy!
Giga is a crayfish who lives in a hydroponic tank in the Design Technology Lab. What is a hydroponic tank, you wonder?
Imagine walking into a classroom and seeing rows of students at iPads, headphones on, eyes glazing over, swiping around carelessly. Little Bits is not that type of tech.
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