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Clay Animation Workshop, Apr 9 (B)

kidMuseum400x400In this exciting workshop, Brownies will be creating their own clay animation movie at KID Museum. Develop a story idea, then shape clay characters and bring them to life using stop-motion animation. Give Wallace and Gromit a run for their money! Girls will also build a backdrop and work with a small team to record a video that you can share with family and friends.

Brownies should wear their Girl Scout vest and comfortable clothing. Tagalongs can visit the museum, but cannot attend workshop. Museum admission is $8/person.

What: Clay Animation Workshop
Who: Brownies
When: Saturday, April 9, 2016, 12:45 – 2:30PM
Where: KID Museum
6400 Democracy Blvd, Bethesda, MD 20817
Cost: $15/girl
Forms: Clay Animation Permission Form

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On Your Own: Girl Scout Maker Day, Apr 25

What is a Girl Scout Maker?

Girl Scout Makers like making things they’re excited about—whether it’s a craft, a piece of furniture, a robot, or a computer program. Makers like to tinker, take things apart, and try and put them back together again in new ways. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn’t. It doesn’t matter!

Making is social. Makers like to engage with others, share their ideas, and learn by doing. Makers like to solve problems, and they like to make the world better. Sounds like Girl Scouts!

Making encourages creation and invention. It can be woven into any subject at any skill level and can help girls uncover their hidden STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math plus Art) talents—combining interests in math and art, science and theater, or engineering and design. Help girls make their ideas into reality by letting them explore, test prototypes, make mistakes, and try again! Girls will benefit and thrive from having opportunities to work together, share their ideas and skills, focus on a common goal or project, and make a sustainable change in their community.

Join us for the first Girl Scout Maker Day on April 25, 2015 from 1 to 4pm at National Conference Center, Leesburg, VA.

Registration is now open to exhibit at this year’s Maker Day. Please review the guidelines below before completing the application.

Maker Day Guidelines – Please review these guidelines if you would like to exhibit at Maker Day.

Maker Day Application – This application is for all Girls Scouts wishing to exhibit something they have made.

Maker Day Registration – This is for all girls and troops who would like to attend Maker Day, but NOT exhibit anything.

Help your girls become Girl Scout Makers. Each week we will feature a STEAM activity for girls to try. The idea is to expose girls to the many faces of STEAM so they can find their passion and interest. Click here to see this week’s activity and to access previous activities.

Follow us on Facebook.com/GSCNC to get updates on our Maker event.

For more information on how to get involved, contact: Sara Tyler: styler@gscnc.org

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What: Girl Scout Maker Day
Who: All levels
When: April 25, 2015 from 1 – 4pm
Where: National Conference Center
18980 Upper Belmont Place, Leesburg, VA 20176
Cost: Free

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