Chanukah Exploration: Found Papers & Light, with Robin Koo 11-19-20Done - Shared screen with speaker view
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What are the ages of the children in these pictures?
These are kindergarteners. The previous slides were pre-k
This makes me think that robin cheers when she gets bills and junk in the mail!
Oh wow a lot of cereal lovers here!
I’ll never be able to recycle or throw out a box again!! I think I’ll see a project in every box I find!
lol I never realized how many details we can find in a box!!!!
This is giving me so many ideas. I never looked at recycled materials in such detail. I love it!
Omg yes Ellen and Chelsie and Cindy!
I feel like we didn’t get to see everyone’s work, just each other’s faces while we worked
Lisa Plotkin (she/her)
Sasha, that’s so unique!
“I like how it smooshed the top bubble” —Sasha
Sometimes children are very tentative about trying something new- do you words of encouragement that you use to encourage children?
Any ideas for limited storage space in the classroom for storing recycled materials?
Libby! Thanks for Sharing!
Tinkering and making as a vehicle for kindness
Cindy Ghitis Croitoru
that is soooo cool!!!
what is the battery number?
Look out amazon, here we come
“The more time you give the children to explore, the more awesomeness is going to come out of it”
I LOVE that!
Lithium 3 volt coin battery
wow! so every child needs 9 batteries and bulbs, about how much $ would that be per child.?
You can also give each child just the shames!
or would they need 44?
They can make more with paper!
Thank you so much. The ideas were amazing!!
is tissue paper a fire hazard with the bulbs?
Thank you so much for your time and it was very inspiring
Thank you So MUCH Robin. Really inspired.
Thank you, Robin, for inspiring us.
Lisa Plotkin (she/her)
Robin, this was fantastic and fun! Thank you so much for your inspiration.
Yes, thank you so much!
Thank you…this was wonderful!
So great seeing you Robin! This was wonderful!!
Cn you explain paper tape again
This was great!!
Is there a way to get a certificate to show that I participated in this, or just an email?
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Anna- you are fast!
Can you repeat what you said about the straws and the lightbulbs?
thank you so much!
Seems like it would be fun to use the batteries with clay
So much fun! I can't wait to order my light bulbs and batteries! but I also loved creating tonight with this fun community! Thank you all for the experience.
thank you! great fun
They love walking and cutting nature
Thank you again so much for this Robin. I am going to log off for the night now. I am so excited to share what I learned today. Thanks again!