Come up with a project that requires time to think, plan, explore, and create. The entire process should take at least two weeks. Your project should be related to something you are interested in, but should stretch your creativity and require some thought. The idea is to learn something new and fun. If a big projects seems too much, consider putting together two weeks worth of small activities. You are only limited by your imagination!
turning in your work
After you finish your activity, create a way to share it with your class (your proof). For example, you can highlight your project by...
- making a poster
- writing a paragraph
- making a collage
- making a video
- turning in your summer workbook
- You are only limited by your imagination!
Examples of Projects (but not limited to)...
- Caine’s Arcade (Watch video and create your own cardboard arcade mini arcade)
- Chain reaction challenge (Watch video and create your own Rube Goldberg machine)
- Music lessons, Dance Class, Art Class (Classes/Lessons that require you to learn about a topic/skill and create a final product at the end – like a painting, performance, etc.)
- Computer programming. You can use a program like Scratch
- Summer Learning Camp like Camp Invention
- Raspberry Pi Project (Watch video and create your own Raspberry Pi Project.)
- Claymation (Watch video and create your own claymation)
- Summer Bridge, Scoring High: ITBS, or other learning activity workbook
- Any other creative and learning activity that involves think time to plan, gather, and create!