Another rainy day invention was the power of voting. Over Spring Break, we started voting on one question a day that would be powerfully interesting enough for us to all want to cast ballots. The voting procedure was organized by the campers. (The five and six year olds were surprised to learn that grown-up Americans vote for the President in “secret”). Most were very pleased to have their opinion matter so much. We voted on how strict is Rebecca (during rainy days — she doesn’t let you just stand out in the rain) and how fun is this camp.
Our vote last Friday was on the question which did you like better the fruit people cartoon project or the one page paper toy inventions? Here was the results from our super tabulating 4th grader and a few reviews also. Interestingly, “freedom to do whatever you want” was most popular aspect of both projects.
The results are in!
Rock on 2011! We’re dreaming big! These are our creative vision blasters. (Electric Guitar Camp)
We played with shading the past and making the future brighter. (Time Warp Camp)
I love that Crafty Cow featured our new year memory string project over the holidays.
I had fun looking at these new books at the Alameda Library! Bold Graphic Wow.
Yes, we sometimes get silly at the end of the day.
Bubbles in symphonic style.
We created parks,and obstacle courses with letters at Alphabet Spaghetti Camp.
We piled up all our letter name parks here.
Blue Tiger (age 11) and Teal Lemur (age 8) show ARt Yowza how to use Mac photo booth effects.
We’re starting an exciting collaboration with the Turbinegeneration Project at the Tate Modern .
Assignment number 1 is to make weird faces.
We’re hoping our wild and crazy mugs will attract a silly fun partner school.
We’ll keep you posted!
young animator, doink.com
Blue Lizard, age six would love to share his first animation with you….
He told me this next animation was very musical….
It’s a very intuitive interface, go give doink.com a try! We’ve had a lot of fun with it.
We’ve been making a lot of cartoon books!
Purple Penguin tells the story of Bo and Elly who get in double trouble …
Curious about the background story? Rebecca interviews Purple Penguin …