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About CreositySpace

Grade Range: K-8

About: CreositySpace is working to inspire a generation of dreamers, inventors and innovators by connecting kids to STEM through entrepreneurship. Based in the Albany, New York and Seattle, Washington regions CreositySpace collaborates with STEM entrepreneurs and innovators to help kids tap into their natural creativity and curiosity at a time when they ask, “What do I want to do when I grow up?”


K-5 Science Curriculum Kits

CreositySpace has an NGSS/NYSSLS K-5 curriculum that offers a unique and engaging way to “hook” elementary students on STEM through entrepreneurship, as well as move educators from teacher-directed instruction toward student-led, inquiry-based discovery.

CreositySpace combines a 3-dimensional, phenomena-based approach with the personal stories and technology discoveries of today’s young entrepreneurs to help educators engage all learners in STEM and career exploration before they opt out.                  

Innovation and Makerspace Kits

CreositySpace offers a number of makerspace & supplemental curriculum units. 



K-5 Science Curriculum Kits


For Grade 2: Using the overarching question of how to design a building or home that uses less energy, students explore properties of Earth, ecosystems, and engineering as they ask themselves:


"How can we develop buildings and communities that work with and preserve the environment?"


For Grade 3: Using the game-changing mushroom-based technologies coming out of Ecovative's Mycelium Foundry as the overarching phenomenon, students explore traits, characteristics, and engineering as they ask themselves:

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CreositySpace has an NGSS/NYSSLS K-5 curriculum that offers a unique and engaging way to “hook” elementary students on STEM through entrepreneurship, as well as move educators from teacher-directed instruction toward student-led, inquiry-based discovery.

CreositySpace combines a 3-dimensional, phenomena-based approach with the personal stories and technology discoveries of today’s young entrepreneurs to help educators engage all learners in STEM and career exploration before they opt out.                                    

 

For Grade 2: Using the overarching question of how to design a building or home that uses less energy, students explore properties of Earth, ecosystems, and engineering as they ask themselves:


"How can we develop buildings and communities that work with and preserve the environment?"


For Grade 3: Using the game-changing mushroom-based technologies coming out of Ecovative's Mycelium Foundry as the overarching phenomenon, students explore traits, characteristics, and engineering as they ask themselves:


"How and why do traits develop and how can humans use them to solve problems and develop technology?"


For Grade 3: Using the question of where our drinking water comes from as overarching phenomenon, students will explore the various aspects of purification, water availability, weather, and engineering as they ask themselves:


"How can we provide safe drinking water to rural and hard to reach communities?" 


For Grade 5: Using the overarching goal of designing improved devices students explore properties of materials and engineering as they ask themselves:


"How can we make a better battery?"

Makerspace/Innovation Kits

CreositySpace offers a number of makerspace & supplemental curriculum units.


Starting from a common challenge question, students work in groups to go through the steps in the engineering design and product development process - from solution brainstorming, to market and production considerations, and finally intellectual property protection.


The Book of Ideas is an inventors notebook for kids to write down or draw their own ideas and designs. Similar to a real inventor's notebook, every spread includes a title block, quotes from entrepreneurs, short design prompt, a glossary of common terms, and a list of inventions and businesses created by kids.


The Makerspace Lauch Pack provides a flexible curriculum you can use to give some structure and connectivity to your makerspace time while preserving the open-endedness and creativity which are so critical and valuable at this age. 



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