Well this month certainly FLEW by! With an Odyssey of the Mind competition, a few cases of strep throat, and a week off for a Spring Break of beach, sun, museums and roller coasters in San Diego, it is now April 1st before I even realized it.
I guess I didn’t get to a sphere Unplugged Project this month, but maybe we’ll do one even though the month is over, no promises though.
Thanks to all who did join in with the March sphere project.
It is now time to announce the Unplugged Project theme for April:
The linky is below. Have fun!!
The basics are the following:
- Please only link if you have done a project that is related to the theme. Don’t just put your website in there because you like the idea of the project. I appreciate the support, but if I don’t see a project, then I’ll have to delete your link.
- Please don’t link until you actually have a post to link to. The post should not simply describe an intention, but document an actual completed project.
- When you link, please link to your POST, not just your blog. I am trying to build a library of project ideas, so we want people to always be able to find your project in the future. If you link simply to your blog, they won’t be able to find your post later on. (Feel free to email me if you have a question about this.)
- Don’t worry about the “accuracy” of your connection to the theme. Be creative, have fun, and think “outside the box” if you wish. For example, the theme was once soft and we made moth feeders out of soft cotton balls. Another time the theme was kitchen and we made Oobleck because it was made with cornstarch which is a substance you find in the kitchen, right? If you think about it, you can find a connection with almost anything and that is what is really fun!
- If you have the time, energy, and inspiration to come up with more than one project for sphere that’s great! Feel free to link to each sphere project separately in the linky.
- If you have no blog, then please leave a comment on this post with a description of what you did. The more ideas we get, the better!
- It takes a lot of time and energy to put this project together and I would greatly appreciate a link to Unplug Your Kids in your project post. Thank you and enjoy!