The Twelve Days of Endangered Animals Christmas Challenge – Day 4

The Twelve Days of Endangered Animals Christmas Challenge – Day 4

There is an Australian version of the Twelve Days of Christmas and this version is used as inspiration for today’s challenge. On the 4th day of Christmas My true love sent to me 4 koalas cuddling, 3 kookaburras laughing 2 … Continue reading

Kindness & Christmas – Spread Christmas Spirit Wherever You Go

Kindness & Christmas – Spread Christmas Spirit Wherever You Go

Everyone can make a difference. Everyone can be kind. And everyone can have creative ideas about acts of kindness during the Festive Season! There are many wonderful and creative lists where you can select acts of kindness that your students … Continue reading

Jelly Bean Frog Story Writing and Robos- Biomimicry for Young Children

Jelly Bean Frog Story Writing and Robos- Biomimicry for Young Children

Tiny, tiny, tiny frogs! Some frogs are the size of a jellybean. Jelly bean frogs – wonderful inspiration! Of course we could not resist cutting out the tiniest frogs and to put them beside jelly beans. Brachycephalus frogs are less … Continue reading

Patterns Everywhere! Be Inspired

Photo: Pixabay Almost too perfect to be true. Like an artist has dreamed up some geometrically perfect and correct plants or sand dunes. Nature’s symmetry is a subject that has fascinated philosophers, mathematicians, artists, architects, and physicists. Photo: Pixabay Patterns … Continue reading

Why is Biomimicry Important?

Why is Biomimicry Important?

Photo: Pezibear Last week was a great week if you like biomimicry. The Biomimicry Institute and their challenge Biomimicry Global Design Challenge received founding from Leonardo DiCaprio’s Foundation as well as from Ray C. Anderson Foundation. Yet it might be … Continue reading

Fabulous Observations to Inspire New Ideas

Fabulous Observations to Inspire New Ideas

I made posters that can be used to support children’s observations when exploring Biomimicry with Young Children. You can put poster up in your home or the classroom and let your child/students add their own observations. You can also add … Continue reading