Come out and make it happen!
Celebrate these organizations and fabulous family programs during the final week of Badgerland’s “Remake Learning Days” festival!
Search for indoor, outdoor, in-person and virtual activities for youth and families in Wisconsin, now through May 15th! Try one or try them all!
- Arts – “Meet Composers & Performers from the Re/sound: Songs of Wisconsin” project and learn as they discuss composing ideas, cultural and music influences, the role of music during challenging times, and the joys of being a professional musician. Available anytime courtesy of the Wisconsin School Music Association and PBS Wisconsin. Or “Make Art at Home” this Friday with the talented folks at the Chazen Museum of Art!
- Maker – Thinking big? Be amazed by what it takes to “make” a professional ball park! Learn about the construction trades from the inside out and follow the making of the new professional ballpark in Beloit with the new “CareerTalk” series and virtual job shadow experience produced by students and the folks from Hendricks CareerTek.
- Outdoor Learning – Play games and make “Cool Choices”, explore Wisconsin forests with “Project Learning Tree”, enjoy “Tea & Tapas” and “KEEP” Exploring Energy in the Outdoors – available on demand and offered by the educators at the Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education.
- Science – How hot is the sun? Have you ever eaten a solar hot dog? See if you can harness the sun’s energy and make your own “DIY Solar Oven” with this on-demand video and instructions from the clever folks at Wisconsin Youth Company.
- Technology – “Meet Dr. Gladys West, the scientist behind the blockbuster movie “Hidden Figures”, grab your map and take a virtual road trip on May 13 with the folks at Maydm.
- Youth Voice – It is not young, nor does it speak for itself — but this May 13 “Journeys with Juliette & Virtual Tour of the Historic Indian Agency House” (Wisconsin’s oldest standing house) will tell you volumes about the history, preservation and importance of the Historic Indian Agency House in Portage and the lives of those who lived there. Brought to you by the Historic Indian Agency House at Fort Winnebago and the Driftless Historium & the Mount Horeb Area Historical Society.
These programs and more are waiting for you as part of Wisconsin’s own “Remake Learning Days” Festival running now through May 15th, 2021. The Wisconsin Festival features over 100 free and low-cost engaging events, programs and experiences offered by local nonprofit organizations for K-12 youth and their families! Find out more at: www.remakelearningdays.org/Badgerland
Wisconsin’s “Remake Learning Days: Badgerland” festival is a collaborative effort spearheaded by WeThinkBig LLC in partnership with Arts Wisconsin, Madison Community Foundation, PBS Wisconsin Education and regional education leaders. Local sponsors include The Kohler Foundation and local businesses.
Remake Learning Days Across America is led by Remake Learning, with partners PBS Kids, Digital Promise, Common Sense Media, Learning Heroes and Noggin. National sponsors include The Grable Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, Schmidt Futures, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Ford Foundation.
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