It sure has been an exciting week in Studville! There’s lots going on and I’m here tell you all about it. Here are the major news stories from this week:
Art thief Ishano Belcho is continuing his crime spree! This week, agents from the new Riverack FBI received a concealed message that contained top secret information about Belcho’s whereabouts. The senators were able to crack the code and trace Ishano Belcho to Plains, but it …read more
Kidizens would like you to join us for a Teachers’ Open House on Project-Based Learning, March 21st, from 4:30 pm to 5:45pm. This is an exciting opportunity for you to get together with other teachers in the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District and talk about project-based learning approaches in your classroom and here at Kidizens! We will discuss the newly accepted collaborative models of hands-on learning and ways Kidizens can help you incorporate experiential learning/teaching philosophies into your classrooms.
Kidizens uniquely teaches real-life lessons …read more
It’s been another exciting week in Studville! Here’s what’s happening in our cities.
OH no, a terrible crime wave is underway in Riverack! The infamous Studville art thief, Ishano Belcho, has struck our noble capital–and stolen the stately Riverack Bridge, a fixture of our city designed by Skyler! Over the coming weeks, the senators will need to put their heads together to follow the clues and track down this criminal to get our bridge back …read more
It was a quiet week in Studville while our kidizens were on break, but there was one major event that took place–the southern tip of the state was struck by an earthquake! While damages are still being assessed, the rumor is that the earthquake hasn’t totally devastated the cities–however, there is some significant damage to buildings in Greenville and Big House City! The kidizens have been seen collaborating on the best ways to clean up …read more
Would you like to build and be the mayor of an entire city made of Legos?! Kidizens camps include intensive action and excitement-packed sessions, where children create their own small civilization built with LEGOs. They manage the economy, the residents and their needs, city departments and services and deal with unexpected problems and situations–all while immersed in a dynamic social learning environment, knee-deep in LEGOS!
We have many Kidizens camp sessions fast approaching this spring and …read more