Imagine what Anne Frank used her time doing while she was stuck at home? Well, we have answers 🙂
“Although living in a cramped space and beset with sadness and scarcity, Anne was constantly experimenting, taking risks, trying new things, testing the boundaries. In my view, those are the essential ingredients of play. Play doesn’t require open spaces or expensive toys; it requires a combination of curiosity, imagination, and experimentation.”
Resnick, Mitchel. “The Playfulness of Anne Frank.” Medium, Medium, 12 June 2018, medium.com
So, I set off on a journey of questions and reflections:
What makes a fabulous filter? In search of possible answers, I visited the local oil change service provider and sought answers while having the emissions tested on the family vehicle. Some further learning and additional questions surfaced! (YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZYwHMl7DEPQ)
6th-grade students were challenged to explore possible choices that they could make in their back yard that may influence climate change positively or negatively. In following are some ideas. (YouTube: https://youtu.be/7aei1FGFsUI)
Jerry Edwards is a local beekeeper and producer of bee products. Mr. Edwards shares about the importance of pollinators and in particular honey bees for not just pollination but also for healing. (YouTube: https://youtu.be/hDsFp_iqTfE)
What will you create today?