Photovoice à l’aide de FotoJet

by Josiahpublished on 9 June 2020

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Join John for today’s #MakerFun: Composting for beginners! In our effort to reduce food waste entering our landfills, we can reduce and reuse this material as compost. Along with lessons about what to compost, you and your caregivers can build your own backyard composting space. Let's get started!

Here are some considerations:


Distance from kitchen

Sun exposure

Water source

Soil source


The composter will be open on one side for access, but enclosed on three sides to contain the soil and compost mixture. You will also need some sort of middle divider after your first year to separate our “fresh” compost from “aged” compost.

In this five minute video learn how to open and create a Scratch game and create a sprite. You will learn to set the scene for this scratch game by creating backdrops and designing your sprite. This is part 1 of a 5 part video series.

Join us as we introduce "Blackout" poetry. This #MakerFun activity is an opportunity to learn about this special form poetry while allowing makers to create beautiful art. To learn more about Blackout poetry visit:

Join Christine as she shows us how to use photography to express a point of view. Using FotoJet, a free online photography collage tool, you will learn how to express your point of view about a issue that is important to you, your family or community. By the end of this tutorial you will learn more about taking good photos, the power of perspective, the Rule of Thirds, and how to to use FotoJet to create impactful collages.

Online tools to create a photo collage:

Google Photos:

Pic Collage:



Creating a collage

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Join Sarah & Lennon as they combine art, math and nature in a creative way. Learn how you can express yourself by creating colourful patterns using math! At the end of this video you will have a colourful ornament, have practiced your math skills and learn all about pine cones!

Créez un composteur de jardin qui pourrait détourner la plupart et même tous vos déchets alimentaires végétaux du dépotoir. Il s'agit d'un projet en trois étapes. (1) Identifier les déchets alimentaires de votre foyer qui pourraient être facilement détournés. (2) Créer un contenant facilement accessible à votre zone de préparation des aliments, où vos déchets végétaux peuvent être stockés à court terme. (3) Identifiez un espace et rassemblez les matériaux pour votre zone de compostage extérieure.