"I have always imagined that Paradise will be some kind of library." ~ Jorge Luis Borges

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Celebrate: Captured Moments

Discover. Play. Build.

Today, I share some of the sights that made this week a celebration.

Second graders using TinkerCad 
to design objects for the 3D printer.

A student dropping in to share a note 
that she had written to Jane Goodall.

The second graders coming back 
for another day of research.

 Two fifth graders, who join me for lunch on Fridays, 
finding a way to make fire by reflecting (or refracting?) light.

(...and creating characters on the backs!)

The fourth graders creating poetry using text from the 
I Have A Dream Speech on Word Mover.

 Walking to school was a technicolor experience:

  ...and full of questions, like 
"How did this flower land so perfectly?"

There are always moments that cannot be captured, but those I hold safely in my memory.  Happy Saturday!


  1. Beautiful photos, love that spring is here! I love the photos of such engaged learners! I know so many of them are awaiting summer, and it's always so nice to see them still busy learning. Have a great week!

  2. What an interesting way to present your post! I'm glad your week was full of great things to share!

  3. Great celebrations and so much technology! I am envious. That Word Mover looks interesting! I am going to check that out.