Why? Wheatpaste is a durable and biodegradable binder, making it an excellent medium for art outdoors. The blend of four parts boiling water to one part flour makes wheatpaste an economical resource too – you can make up to a gallon without going over $1. Use your paste to post messages in your community, create collage from old books, or simply print out some photos and paste them up.
What else? Wheatpaste is simply the binder to connect your story. Use collage to construct your own narrative, and share that story with your community. More curriculum connectors can be found here.
RCers use radio waves to pilot flying machines and road racers. The only thing separating a devastating crash from a graceful landing are our quick reflexes and agile control. Get started on these challenges:
Susie, a teacher at an International School based in Indonesia started using DIY in April of last year to plan after-school activities and field trips. Since then, she has used the app as part of her core curriculum - incorporating challenges and projects in her class of 5th and 6th grade students. For more updates on what this club is up to, be sure to check out their portfolio.
Have you been toying with the idea of learning how to program but don’t know how to get started? Check out these introductory tools to help you begin to think like a programmer. Figure out how a computer works, instruct computers to performs tasks, create your first game, and more.
Scratch: One of the easiest ways to get started with programming is to remix someone else’s already existing program. Remix a project using this free programming language called Scratch. You can build games, animations, music videos, and more.
Minecraft: Use blocks to build just about anything you can imagine in a virtual world. Discover engineering concepts, architecture, mathematics, as well as critical thinking skills and teamwork.
Develop a Game: Get started on building out the code, artwork, and music for a video game. These tools will help you build an interactive experience.
Remix a Website: Never seen the insides of a website? Use Hackasaurus to hack your favorite website to have it look and do whatever you want.
Run a Node.js Server: With Node.js, you can mimic the back and forth request/response your browser sends to servers when you visit a website. Set up your first development environment.