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As we all know, planning for the fall is like shooting at a moving target with a pile of sticks with no fletchings. Sometimes the target even disappears completely. Even […]

One of the amazing features of the Raspberry Pi when it first came out was that it came with a free version of Minecraft that had the ability to be […]

The kids are playing a lot of Minecraft these-a-days and I don’t really blame them. It is engaging and creative and sometimes quite challenging for the brain. They learn spatial […]

Heading into summer with covid still in the air I see two reasonable options for how we could proceed. We could cancel our camps so as to best facilitate and […]

I’ve found a few more resources that are only available to schools and two of them specifically work with Google Classroom. Because of this I have finally created a Google […]

This book guys! It is soooo good. A Wish in the Dark by Christina Soontornvat is set in a magical Thailand and stars two children raised in a women’s prison […]

We’ve been doing a lot of updates on Facebook, but I didn’t want to leave out my blog readers completely. As I’m sure everyone is aware, we are closed for […]

*plus some non-mammals This year we will be participating in March Mammal Madness. This is a yearly bracketed contest to see which animals would win out in a [hypothetical] tournament […]

We are currently looking for the right people for a few positions. Tutors: We are in need of a supply of after school tutors as our Beast Academy Math program […]

I have a pipe-dream of attaching a free tutoring and homework center to STEAM Lab where kiddos of all ages can come, get help with their homework, projects, or just […]