Working with this group of young students is a dream come true! They light up the room every morning when they enter our classroom. They work hard and help each other through each new assignment. They are leaders both on campus and off campus. They are unique and creative in everything that they do.
They are the future of our community.
They are excited to learn every day and they know that they can make a big impact on our world if they work hard. I am so excited that I get the opportunity to be a small part of their educational journey.
Cubelets can be used across a variety of different topics.
Not only will the students learn about coding, robotics, problem-solving, collaboration, communication, engineering, etc, they will also be able to apply these skills to math, ELA, science, and social studies.
For example, students can use cubelets in math while constructing a robot. They can create bar graphs, charts, spreadsheets, etc. For ELA, students might design a robot to represent a specific character in a story that they are reading. Students can also participate in STEM challenges, like make a parade float, make a robot to help someone in the classroom who is visually impaired, or make a robot that can solve mazes.
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