Déconstruit un Jouet + Circuits de TinkerCAD

by Josiahpublished on 7 June 2020

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Time Capsule

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Today is the perfect day to get outside and capture a moment in time! Join eight-year-old Hunter, from Nova Scotia, as he shares how you can make your very own time capsule. All you need is a waterproof container (Glass jars don’t work well outside.If you’re hiding it in your home, any container will do!) things that you love and will remind you of these moments in time. For example: write a letter, store receipts, photographs, articles, or anything else you think will help future generations understand what life was like for a kid in 2020. After you finish your time capsule project why not create a Scratch game to mark your steps and create a map to find your capsule in the future!

Music can be found in all known cultures, past and present. All the peoples of the world have created forms of music.

In addition, nature itself offers its own music!

Have you ever listened to the sounds that nature offers us?

In today's digital skills activity, we will learn two things. First, listening to sounds in nature, especially those of a variety of birds, high and low pitched sounds, short and long sounds.

The second part will be to learn how to use the concepts of music creation with Chrome Lab to integrate bird sounds and create a melody.

For today's Digital Skill, we will explore the benefits of using a virtual prototyping space (TinkerCAD Circuits) for complex circuits like the one found inside the child's telephone toy in this intro. Following this overview of why this toy telephone is being deconstructed, head over to this LINK HERE so my colleague John can take you through how to get started with TinkerCAD Circuits.

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Faire une capsule du temps, c'est comme envoyer un message vers le futur. Comment expliquez-vous l'état actuel de la lutte contre les changements climatiques en 2020? Qu'est-ce qui nous arrête? Incluez votre idée, et tout autre objet que vous souhaiteriez avant de cacher ou d'enterrer votre capsule  pour envoyer votre message dans le futur!

La musique se retrouve dans toutes les cultures connues, passées et présentes. Tous les peuples du monde ont créé des formes de musique.

De plus, la nature elle-même offre sa propre musique!

Avez-vous déjà écoutez les sons que nous offre la nature?

Dans le cadre de l'activité "compétences numériques" d'aujourd'hui, nous allons apprendre deux choses. Premièrement, l’écoute des sons en nature, particulièrement ceux d’une variété d’oiseaux, les sons aigus et graves, les sons courts et longs.

La deuxième partie ce sera d’apprendre comment utiliser les concepts de la création musicale avec Chrome Lab afin d’intégrer des sons d’oiseaux et créer une mélodie.

Using an exploration journal in nature is such a simple and yet meaningful habit. Join Michelle for this short video that explains why, how and what to use as an exploration journal. In this time of physical distancing, discovering nature is an educational activity that links learning, physical and psychological well-being in addition to the development of a tons of skills that allow children of all ages to grow up while being aware of their environmental impact. Do you have an exploration journal? Share us images, identifying #NaturalMakerSpace or #MakerFun. We like to be inspired by your projects.