|Can we move water this far?|
|Mazda and Hank conferring with students.|
|Checking out pipes under sink.|
|Some are hot. Some are cold.|
|Look what I drew.|
|Where does the dirty water go? Where does the clean water come from?|
|Mazda talks to pre-K students. Hank is camera shy.|
|A flusher is just a different kind of faucet.|
|The floor is slanted to let the water run down to the drain.|
Students connected this idea to the slanted pipe systems they built.
Water runs down.
|The hole in the wall is there for plumbers to fix the pipes. No ghosts in there after all!|
Eco-CodeBrooklyn New School’s New Sustainable SocietyAt the Brooklyn New School we want to escalate on the idea of making our school green. We are recycling, composting and gardening; we are also trying our best to save energy by turning off lights. We would like children to stop littering on school grounds and we are planting more plants inside the school building. We want to improve our recycling program and see what we can do about lunch trays. We want to be the greenest school that we can be by having everyone help out with our green environment.
The 5th Grade Eco-Government Club 2013-2014
|These first graders first focused on large shapes...and then added details.|
|Some advice if you are the subject. Don't ask the artists about the details added to your face. Unless you have no vanity at all.|
|First tear 20 squares of toilet paper into tiny pieces.|
|Draping a scarf of toilet paper helps speed up work.|
|Just a few more squares to go.|
|Lots of kids were planning on changing toilet paper over break.|
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