At-Home Education Resources

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Engineering Design: Design a Toy

Can you design a toy that uses all three states of matter (solid, liquid and gas)?

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Name that Tree!

Learn how to identify local trees by looking at the leaves and twigs.

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Investigating Rocks

What can we learn by looking at different layers of rocks?

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Sticks

Let’s write and make a little music using sticks!

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Communicating with Light Patterns

Can you make up a new way to communicate only using light and patterns?

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Outdoor Learning Resources

Education resources for outdoor learning this fall.

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Video Investigation: Forest Canopy Walk

Journey to the treetops on the VINS Forest Canopy Walk.

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Sound Scavenger Hunt

How many different types of sounds can you hear outside?

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Writing Prompt: Building a Beaver Dam

Can you build a beaver dam that stops the flow of water?

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Video Investigation: Make your own Volcano

Use common household ingredients to create a chemical reaction!

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Newspaper Towers

How high and how strong can you make your newspaper tower?

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Winter Outdoor Learning Resources

Outdoor actives for learning at home this winter.

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Kindergarten Teacher, Hartland Elementary School

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Fifth Grade Teacher, White River School