3-5 yrs old
6-7 yrs old
8-10 yrs old
Art and Design
Government, Politics & Civics
Learn about how pioneers marked their passage at Independence Rock.
September 17, 2017
12 Places Where Tourists Can Leave Their Mark
Students will create an art installation. On a large piece of butcher paper, each student will add a drawing, collage, coat of arm, or other type of artwork that represents who they are and how they would like to “make their mark” on their school or community this school year. Students can also add their name to the Independence Rock in Minecraft.
Game version (written for players) Independence Rock was known as the “Great Register of the Desert.” More than 5,000 pioneers carved their name on Independence Rock to mark their visit to the location. Independence Rock is not the only place where travelers leave their mark. Where else in the world have people “registered” their visit on landmarks?
While travelers may only leave their name, we leave our mark on the world every day. What kind of impact do you want to have on the people around you? If you were to represent the mark you want to make on your school or community visually, what would you create? Add your drawing to the class mural so everyone can see the difference you want to make this year.
16 city blocks for students to build on.
Explore and create stories in The Baddlands
Learn about styles of architecture.
Make 2 Sides connect
Students will explore the basics of engineering.
Get through the maze to build a class village
Baddopia – Dystopian Fiction
Explore and Create Dystopian Fiction in Minecraft
Build and Explore Maya Ruins
Students will learn more about Maya ruins.