Hands-On Learning by Kathy Ceceri

Have you read the latest Hands-On Learning Column in the March-April 2007 Issue of Home Education Magazine?

In it, Kathy Ceceri gives instructions on how to build a simple cardboard robot hand that uses strings as tendons. To read this particular column, you will have to purchase the magazine here.

In past columns, Kathy has offered these great ideas. (I am listing all of them, but you will see that the last few are accessible online!)

  • Jug Band Music and Invented Instruments; Hands-On Learning editor Kathy Ceceri explains how to make and play jug band instruments
  • Flipbooks; Kathy intorduces her readers to flipbooks as a great way for beginning animators to create instant movies
  • Solar S’mores and Other Sun-Powered Crafts; Kathy Ceceri describes how to make a solar cooker from simple materials and use it to create tasty S’mores
  • Early American Paper Quilling
  • World History Crafts

Be sure to subscribe to HEM today to enjoy future resources from Kathy’s Hands-On Learning Column!

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