• Create a Holiday Card

    Posted by GINA RUSSO on 12/20/2019

    Rudolph Rudolph

    Christmas Tree Christmas Tree

     

     

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  • Doodle for Google

    Posted by GINA RUSSO on 10/27/2019

    Doodle for Google

    Use your imagination to create a Google Doodle based on what inspires you.

    • Annual contest open to all students 
    • Create your own Google doodle for the chance to have it featured on Google.com
    • And a chance to win some great scholarships and tech packages for our school
    • Contest open for submission: January 6, 2020
    • Doodle for Google theme not yet announced
    • Deadline: March 2020

    Interested? Ask us for more information!

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  • Fun with the Green Screen

    Posted by GINA RUSSO on 4/1/2019

    Do Ink Green Screen appflip grid

    Students enjoyed using the Do Ink green screen app and Flipgrid to create and share their speech presentations!

    Filming while using the green screen

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  • Perpetual Calendar

    Posted by GINA RUSSO on 3/29/2019

    kiwico Students had fun while learning about the Geneva drive and gear mechanism when they made a take-home desktop calendar! Next month: Stereo Headphones!

     

     

    Perpetual Calendar SHS students making a perpetual calendar

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  • Create a Circuit Map

    Posted by GINA RUSSO on 3/28/2019

    Chibitronics map

    Come to the library to learn how circuits work and create your own circuit map!

    Make a Circuit Map

    circuits

     

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  • Makey Makey a Remote Control

    Posted by GINA RUSSO on 3/27/2019

    Make your own remote control! Print out this template and follow these directions. Stop by the circulation desk to borrow one of our Makey Makey kits to test it out.

    Makey Makey remote control

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  • Makey Makey a Piano

    Posted by GINA RUSSO on 3/26/2019

    What is Makey Makey? It’s a simple invention kit for beginners and experts interested in art, engineering, and everything in between. Turn everyday objects into touchpads and combine them with the internet. 

    Stop by the library to try our creation, or make one of your own!

    Makey Makey Piano

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  • Coding with the Root Robot

    Posted by GINA RUSSO on 3/25/2019

    Coding can’t get any easier than this! We love this little robot – just download the app, choose your level, and start coding. Root even works on magnetic whiteboards!

    • block-based programming for beginners
    • text-based programming for more advanced
    • explore your artistic side
    • compose music
    • create games

    Root Robot

     

    Root Robot

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  • Create Beautiful Art, One Sticker at a Time

    Posted by GINA RUSSO on 3/22/2019

    Everyone can be an artist with Stick Together! Just grab some stickers and use the color key provided to match the letter on the poster grid to its corresponding color. This is collaboration at its best! Just stop by the circulation desk for more information. 

    Watch the video below to see it in action:

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  • Learn about Magnetic Flux and Faraday's Law with a Homopolar Motor

    Posted by GINA RUSSO on 3/21/2019

    Learn about magnetic flux and Faraday's Law by creating a homopolar motor. We have everything needed to create a direct current electric motor with two magnetic poles. Just use neodymium magnets, copper wire, and a AA battery! 

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