If you attended STEAM’s end of year Student Showcase, you may have seen artwork, sculpture, robots, creative stories, informational displays, comics, and more. STEAM students each decked out their personal display areas with favorite creations from the 2018-2019 school year and it looked something like this:
I was able to interview several students at the Student Showcase and find out the answer to this question:
What was your favorite thing about STEAM School this year?
I told them it could be ANYTHING, and here were some of the responses:
“Baking sugar cookies.”
“Coding and Robotics class.”
“Making boats out of cardboard and duct tape.”
“Swinging in the hammock.”
“Science…and all the nature!”
“Programming with Lego WeDo”
“Making the yearbook.”
“Having lunch and being with my friends.”
Have a great summer and we’ll see you in September!
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Susan Maccarelli is a Warrenton native homeschooling her two elementary-aged kids. In a prior life, Susan founded the now retired site Beyond Your Blog, focused on helping bloggers get published. Susan's experience includes hosting over 100 podcast interviews with editors from publications like New York Times, The Chicken Soup For The Soul, and Washington Post. Susan's own writing has been published on such sites as Blogher, The Huffington Post, Mamapedia, BLUNTmoms, Scary Mommy, and Mamalode, and she is a contributor to several anthologies, including I Still Just Want to Pee Alone, from the best selling series. Susan has spoken at conferences and events including BlogHer's annual conference, International Bloggers Association, and Bloggers at Midlife. She is currently attempting to feed her attention-seeking behavior by writing for her local homeschool community on Fauquier Homeschooling & Unschooling.
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