Monthly Archives: August 2015

Cookies and Coding

Everyone has played Simon Says. And a good portion of people have played an electronic version called Simon. Basically a series of lights is played and repeated back. But the code behind that game isn’t as simple as I found … Continue reading

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Giving Back

 I worked at the Robotics Camp at Camp Hidden Valley this summer. Over the years at the Boys & Girls Clubs, I have learned how to use Lego Robots, but not without having a mentor to help me learn or to … Continue reading

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Story Time (on steroids!) at the Edgewood Library

Creating Puppets at the Edgewood Library During the week of July sixth I had the opportunity to work with Mrs. Susan Ciavolino, three other interns/employees from the Boys and Girls club, and a group of remarkable children at the Edgewood … Continue reading

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STEAM at the Library: science, technology, engineering, ART, and math

I worked with kids from the Edgewood Club as well as other children at the Edgewood Library. As an intern I helped to teach the basics of sewing, circuitry, lightening and how a battery works as well as overall creativity … Continue reading

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Baseball and Boats!

This week for badges was not originally scheduled but was a makeup day for last Thursday. I’m glad we got to make it up because this was probably the coolest activity we have done so far. The kids had to … Continue reading

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Saying good bye to new friends….

  Today is the last day of our summer internship at the Aberdeen Boys and Girls Club.  I have really enjoyed my time here and I have gotten to know most of the kids, who happen to be really cool … Continue reading

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