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Girl practicing writing in cursive at a table
Girl practicing writing in cursive at a table
Blog by Jenn Carson

Have schools in your area stopped teaching cursive? Help kids (and adults) rediscover the disappearing art.

Wonder Time
Wonder Time
in Program Models

McCracken County Public Library shows kids that learning can be fun by inspiring them to use their imaginations.

Three children playing with an Ozobot
Three children playing with an Ozobot
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A half-day science program in Bedford, Ind., gives kids time to fire up their minds and imaginations. 

One finished game made by a student.
One finished game made by a student.
in Program Models

A public librarian in Sacramento teaches students at Title I schools how to create video games.

Factile offers a Jeopardy board for anyone to create their own game.
Factile offers a Jeopardy board for anyone to create their own game.
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Make financial literacy (or any topic) fun with a trivia game that you create using free online software.

Teens using computers
Teens using computers

Teen Tech Week is March 4-10, 2018. Here are some low-cost ideas to get your creative juices flowing.

A robot sculpture made from cardboard and mixed materials.
A robot sculpture made from cardboard and mixed materials.
in Program Models

Kids explore STEAM topics like coding and circuitry in this hands-on, collaborative learning program.

FLL teams prepare their robots
FLL teams prepare their robots
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Want students to build teamwork and problem-solving skills? Create a LEGO robotics league!