I often feel at a loss of how to describe what I do. Children of Curiosity is so multi-faceted that it is hard to find the 'elevator pitch' phrase to get people's attention. "I make things to sell to make money for a pay what you can school." is usually what I say, but that … Continue reading Goals
Education has been called 'the Great Equalizer'. But for many people access to it has been restricted. Even when education is free, like public schools, situations at home can and do create a barrier to success. This is why addressing the whole person is so important. We have also become accustomed to the idea that … Continue reading Education is an Opportunity for All
Despite a busy schedule, we went to a park to play with boxes. My family moved a little over a year ago and have been saving boxes just for this. The fort went through several iterations depending on durability, but I think the evolving nature of the fort was half the fun. We brought less … Continue reading Box Forts
For our first Creative Thinking prompt, let's take three objects commonly found in the home and see what we can build with them. A fork, a coat hanger, and a phone charger. What can you build? Comment with descriptions or pictures showing your creations.
Building anything takes money and time. This learning center is no exception. To help facilitate growth, we are here outlining our plans for this enterprise. Build online presence. Facebook Website Twitch Pinterest Etsy Twitch classes - We will stream live classes and entertainment. This will build our reputation and some funds. Purchase computer capable of … Continue reading Building the Dream – Tacoma
Most classes will be hosted on a “Pay What You Can” Basis. Comparable classes range from $0-$30/hour. Many experiments show that this model results in higher income for many services, however it is more difficult to predict. Many classes can be tailored to seasonal activities, and can therefore be repeated several times throughout the year, … Continue reading Class Ideas