Develop your measurement superpowers!
Cooking, construction & chemistry: measurement is everywhere! Your kid will learn about measurement and explore familiar tools in this fun, hands-on activity. They’ll develop skills by measuring length, surface area and volume and have a chance to test their skills with a variety of challenges.
1 Your Guide
Inspired by my own two kids, I love creating things, whether it’s with fabric, food or other materials! We also love to read, cycle and explore the outdoors together! I'm an idealist and love thinking about ways to make the world a better place. Not only am I a BC-certified educator, I‘m a certified forest and nature school facilitator. Nature exploration offers so many opportunities for contemplation, joy and learning! I’ve worked as an educator for more than a decade in a variety of settings including camps, libraries, schools and nature programs. I believe that learning always happens best through connection and community. Some of my most profound learning experiences have occurred in unconventional settings: weeding cabbages, cycling a country road in Albania, or route finding on a wilderness trail.
I've travelled across Canada by bus and train.
2 Materials Needed
Paper, pencil, a piece of string and a variety of measurement tools (eg: ruler, tape measure, meter stick, measuring cups etc)
3 Learning Focus
- Critical & reflective thinking
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