Lower School Blog

Creativity, Problem Solving, and Teamwork During the Cardboard Challenge

The entire Lower School engaged in the Cardboard Challenge,  a design thinking challenge where students worked collaboratively and creatively to build natural or man-made structures from around the world. Each grade was assigned a continent, research was done in the classrooms and then structures were built in a three hour period in the Gym. The only materials used were cardboard, glue, tape and black markers. 

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Sense of Wonder: Exploring and Discovering the World in Lower School's Studio

The Studio, a inspirational hub in Lincoln’s Lower School, is a place of provocation and exploration for children ages 3-6 years who are members of the Oak Room (Nursery), Ginkgo Room (Pre-Kindergarten), and Kindergarten classes. From floor to ceiling, in the Studio students are surrounded by the wonders of nature, enmeshed in a tactile and sensory learning experience, and challenged to play and discover worlds they never dreamed possible.

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