Entries by Gabi Scott

Print-&-Play Board Game: Paths and Predicaments!

Guest post by the fabulous Jill Katzenberger Are you looking for more ways to keep your family edu-tained through quarantine? Well, look no further. I​t is with great excitement and minor trepidation that we announce the laborious fruits of our playtime, ​Paths and Predicaments in the Kingdom of Quandary​. This collaborative game is brought to […]

What can we learn from Rube Goldberg?

Pulitzer winning editorial cartoonist, inventor, engineer, and author Rube Goldberg left a significant legacy to inspire makers and thinkers. While most believe that the STEAM Education revolution started just a few years decades ago, Goldberg has been inspiring tinkerers with his detailed drawings for generations, aside the great inventor artist Leonardo daVinci. Goldberg drew an […]

A BOAT to access the outdoors

Written by Micah Leinbach Hands on Human Interaction – Wilderness classrooms can let kids tinker with society There’s nothing that can launch you into an internal rant about “kids these days” quite like camping on a Canadian riverbank, swatting mosquitoes while your stomach suffers from a 14 year old’s culinary experimentation with “fried ramen.” But, come […]