In celebration of Black History Month, Norman Rockwell Museum has partnered with Google to share artworks and artifacts from its permanent collection, that illustrate Norman Rockwell’s dedication to civil rights.
Exploring is the greatest learning asset. A new well-thought out online program called Maker Camp offers a uniquely accessible learning opportunity for kids- all for the grand fee of zero dollars! In addition to spending time outdoors this summer in a traditional camp setting, kids who are hands-on in their learning approach will find Maker Camp a stimulating experience. Themes include art and design, music, STEM skills, and fantasy, and virtual worldwide field trips.
It’s brilliantly innovative technology brought to you by Make magazine and Google. There is a self-paced element to this 6 week program in that kids do not have to complete all activities in a given day. Read on for more details and for an introductory video…
Families with young children and early childhood educators will discover an abundance of online educational resources at the Massachusetts Department of Early Education’s Resources for Early Learning! Lesson plans and activity suggestions offer support for encouraging young learners to develop essential skills.
Web-based learning just became more fascinating thanks to Google Cultural Institute! Providing in-depth looks at art, culture, architecture, history, etc. from all over the world, Google Cultural Institute provides endless educational opportunities and extensive information on each topic it covers. Explore the institute to see what fascinating cultural gems you can find! — Remember to mark your calendars and get ready to support Hilltown Families on Valley Gives Day: December 10th!