Do you want to continue using the skills, vocabulary and programs you learned at the Children’s Creativity Museum in your classroom? Below are some suggestions to help you out. Feel free to comment with questions or give us other ideas! We’d love to hear from you.
1. Mystery Box challenge: Introduce your students to one of our most popular creativity studios, the Mystery Box Challenge! Have students draw a challenge out of a hat (example: Build a hat for a shark) and they will have 30 minutes to complete that task using only the materials provided in the mystery box. (Check out the video on our Creativity Workshops page)
2. Play the game that inspired our Photoshop Mash-up activity and was popularized by the Surrealists – The Exquisite Corpse: http://www.pbs.org/art21/education/labor/lesson1-3.html
3. Download Scratch for free and create your own animations, or interactive games: http://scratch.mit.edu/