Click on slideshow above to see all the photos. It’s amazing what you can do with LEGOs! Mr. Naber’s second-grade class at Longfellow chose a particular community to build — rural, suburban, or urban. They measured their buildings using centimeters and inches, comparing the sizes with a partner. As part the project, the students wrote […]
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.
IIT astrophysicist Dr. Sally Laurent-Muehleisen taught all the 3rd grade students to build their own astrolabes.
Oak Park Education Foundation is excited to introduce BASE Camp’s newest offering, Arboretum Adventures.
Holmes, Beye and Longfellow students saw a cherry picker, snowplow, street sweeper, and more!
IIT astrophysicist Dr. Sally Laurent-Muehleisen continued a 7-year tradition of working with all the 3rd grade classrooms at Longfellow School.