This term, our girls in STEMies Club embarked on a project where they crafted 3D models representing various natural disasters. The girls carefully choose suitable materials for their creations from the Makerspace. Among their preferred materials were paper mache, cardboard, wire, foam, paint and magiclay.
After crafting their disaster models, the girls delved into their imaginations to develop rescue scenarios. They integrated technology into their narratives by utilizing wire as a means of escape, incorporating a wand equipped with a programmed Micro:bit. The Micro:bit tracked and recorded the number of times the wand made contact with the wire escape route.
The project was extremely enjoyable, fostering a sense of creativity and innovation among our girls.