Whittier, Longfellow, and Holmes students saw simple machines in action
Adult LEGO builders faced off in two challenges – build a car and build a landmark – and the competition was fierce (but friendly)!
Nearly 90 Oak Park area children joined us for Arboretum Adventures, our first ever BASE Camp on the Columbus Day holiday.
Oak Park Education Foundation is excited to introduce BASE Camp’s newest offering, Arboretum Adventures.
Each year, every 3rd grader in District 97 experiences the Geared Up LEGO engineering program – even kids in Claire Bartell’s Spanish immersion classroom at Lincoln. Working in teams of two, Ms. Bartell’s students engineered the simple machines with LEGO motorized mechanisms, testing what happened when they changed variables and learning first-hand about friction, mass, […]
This dissection project is one of an ongoing series of Science Alliance visits from Dr. Kerns. The students also conducted an “In Your Face” workshop and went on a field trip.
Award-winning artist, art educator, and Lincoln parent Guillermo Delgado heads the art-side of the six-week collaboration with teacher Mr. Estragues and his 27 students.
Lincoln first graders are busy learning about castle architecture in Ms. Florczak’s art class with Architecture Adventure program coordinator Adrienne McMullen. They are painting a “castle” of their own, which will be installed in the entryway to the school library. Students are also designing their own personal coats of arms to decorate the outside of […]