Due to the unique circumstances, our students have the gift of time to creatively explore their own interests and engage in unique problem solving activities.
Identify a question/problem
Plan materials and steps to answer the question/solve the problem
Complete the steps
Write down your conclusions
Share your findings
Revise your thinking and begin again OR identify a new question/problem to solve
In what ways could I work to enact change in my community (homelessness, food insecurity, environmental sustainability, climate change, etc.)?
What can I build out of all of the materials my family recycles?
Is there anything around the house that’s broken and I could try to fix?
Learn to cook
Create a sustainable family meal plan
Plant a garden (e.g. indoor herb garden, outdoor garden beds, etc.)
Explore learning a new language
Research a topic you’re curious about
Write a autobiography about your life
Create a new superhero and write a comic book
Develop a new video game or board game
Create a podcast for a future generation to learn about this time
Journaling or blogging (using a blogging tool that is not public) about your daily events, thoughts and routines