And the winner is…
Waylon from Oakdale with a paper tower height of 60 inches!
Check out some of the other awesome structures students built!
Thank you for all your submissions for Weekly Challenge #10: How Much is a Million? Check out some of our favorites below!
Thank you all for your Character Quote submissions. Check out some of our favorites in the slideshow below.
For those of you who took the survey from Weekly Challenge #9 AND did Weekly Challenge #8, your name was entered into a drawing for a cash prize! And the winner is…
Thank you all for your Musical Glasses submissions!
Check out some highlights in the video below!
You were all so creative in your stop motion creations!
Our favorite was Emmett and Oliver’s Athena and Poseidon creation. Check it out below!
Here are some of our other favorites!
Don’t stop creating! Whether it’s another stop motion or a project from another Weekly Challenge, continue to share your work with your EY Coordinator and it might just show up on the blog!
“Just make a mark and see where it takes you”
― Peter H. Reynolds, The Dot.
Thanks to everyone who participated in Weekly Challenge #4. Check out the dot creations from our talented learners!
Caitlin, Vivian, Brooke and Olivia created pointillism artwork using a technique called stippling.
Landon, Maxfield, Kaiden, Joseph, Bethany, and Matilda took the engineering route and created dot structures.
Pictured Above: Sophie’s Cardboard Stuffed Animal Train
Thank you so much for all your creative cardboard creations! Check out all the creations in the video below!
Also…check out Sanjay’s and Landon’s creation
Wow! We have such talented chefs in our district!
Thank you all for your submissions for Weekly Challenge #2 – Kitchen Challenge
Here are a few highlights…
Check out Alondra’s Flan recipe. It comes from her family in Mexico. It would go perfectly with Elaina’s Italian rib roast!
Here is Sanjay making Veg Biryani:
Here’s the chili recipe Mitchell’s great-grandpa used in his restaurant and Anna’s great-great grandma’s pancake recipe from Sweden.
Thanks again for all of your submissions! Save a sample for me next time! 🙂
Wow! Over 80 mask submissions for our first Weekly Challenge!
Thank you all for submitting your fun, fashionable, functional and fitting mask designs for the first EY Weekly Challenge! Each week, we will pick out a few of our favorites to highlight.
Calista from Loveland went the fashionable route for her mask. Check out the reversible Halloween mask that her and friend Katie sewed themselves!
Whitney from Rockbrook sewed a mask with her Grandma. The pleats make for a functional and comfortable fit!
Logan from Loveland went the functional route with cooling fans and a zipper for eating and talking.