August 5, 2020
We’re reading “Nick and Tesla’s Super-Cyborg Gadget Glove” and have completed distribution of all our maker kits!
We've been reading Nick and Tesla’s Super Cyborg Gadget Glove with some of our classes virtually every year since the first copies of the book →
November 19, 2018
Is that penne rigate or chifferi rigate? Pasta classification with a dichotomous key!
We're pleased to have shepherded another cohort of potential future scientists through a reading of Sy Montgomery's The Octopus Scientists , a volume →
January 17, 2017
Is your octopus a boy or a girl? Here’s what you need to know to figure it out!
We've just finished our reading of The Octopus Scientists. Before diving into our next book, we gave our students a chance to put some of the information →
January 10, 2017
Is the pasta a hollow tube? Using a dichotomous key to classify pieces of pasta.
1. Is the pasta a hollow tube? If so, go to #2. If not, go to #4. 2. Is the pasta straight? If so, it’s penne rigate. If not, go to #3. Those →
August 17, 2016
Laserhand. Laserhand. Does the cool stuff a laser can!
Hello there! Here inside our workshop deep within Accella's secret lair, we're about to launch into further preparations for this week's hands-on learning →
January 28, 2012
Chicken korma, perhaps, and a few crunchy poppadoms too ! (on reading Grk Smells a Rat)
Above, you can see OliverH enjoying the flavorful crunch of his poppadom. We've been reading Grk Smells a Rat in some of our classes and had reached →