Biomimicry for Young Children Inspired by the Endagered Sloths

Biomimicry for Young Children Inspired by the Endagered Sloths

Embed from Getty Images Bring slowness into the world! On the Second Day of February, We Saved Two Sleepy Sloths Would it not be great to stretch time? How can we celebrate slowfulness? William Beebe was a sloth researcher who … 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

Ice-Cream Roots – Mixing Ideas with a Touch of Magic and Imagination

Ice-Cream Roots – Mixing Ideas with a Touch of Magic and Imagination

Thinking, whether it is planning what information you need to solve a problem, exploring where in your body you feel certain, or searching for new ideas, is something that should be exciting and fun. For too long the image of … 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

Learning Requires New Skills – Critical Thinking, Lat Jumping and Biomimicry

Learning Requires New Skills – Critical Thinking, Lat Jumping and Biomimicry

What do you think of the idea that students should be allowed to use the Internet in exams? We may be at a turning point for exams. At least high school examinations but I am sure that the changes will … Continue reading

Dandelion Magic – Fly Away With Your Ideas

Pale little dandelion, in her white shroud, Heareth the angel-breeze call from the cloud. Tiny plumes fluttering, make no delay, Little winged dandelion, soareth away. From “The Little Dandelion” by Helen Barron Bostwick. Children’s knowledge of nature is dwindling. Although … Continue reading