Today’s activities include recycled art, a fried rice recipe, and the basics of Minecraft coding.
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Welcome to post #99 of Club at Home! With eight of our Clubs open for learning enrichment and programming, we’re back to share our favorite remote activities from the summer, as well as some new content you can enjoy at home. Today’s activities include recycled art, a fried rice recipe, and the basics of Minecraft coding.
Courtesy of the Club at Home Team
Which word becomes shorter when you add 2 letters to it?
Answer: The word “short”
Courtesy of Anne, Edgerley Family South Boston Club
Art Director Anne challenges you to get creative with art projects by recycling everyday household items!
For all ages.
Health and Wellness
Courtesy of Grace, BGCB Staff
Welcome back to Chef Series with Grace! Today, BGCB’s Senior Director of Healthy Lifestyles shares a recipe for fried rice, using items you have in your pantry. Follow along below to strengthen your cooking skills and create a healthy, complete meal!
For all ages.
Courtesy of Code.org
Learn the basics of coding by designing and building worlds in Minecraft — great for beginner coders!
For ages 7 and up.
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