I remember being in school and wondering if the things I was being taught would ever really be put to use once I got into the “real world”. I imagine that despite how many years it has been since I was in school (I’ll refrain from saying how many years), kids still feel that way. If only there was
a way a fun way for them to see how math and science are used in the real world, or in this case…an animated world.
Well there is, and it is FREE.
If you are looking for a fun new way to spark your child’s interest in math and science, especially over the summer, you should check out Pixar in a Box. Not only is it Free, it allows your children to see how what they learn in school brings the animated movies they love to life.
Pixar in a Box is a collaboration between Pixar Animation Studios and Khan Academy (Sponsored by Disney) whose mission is to provide a free, world‑class education for anyone, anywhere. It’s an online learning program where Pixar employees teach and demonstrate how they use math and science to do their jobs. Plus, your kiddos can then apply what they have learned in various practice activities.
It’s a personalized learning resource for all ages that offers Free tools for parents and teachers in various languages (more than 36 languages).
Pixar in a Box is a Free Resource that makes Learning Fun!!!
New Pixar in a Box lessons are released regularly and a new one has just come out that pertains to Finding Dory. Check out the new Finding Dory lesson at Pixar in a Box!
Speaking of Fining Dory, have you seen the movie already? Don’t you just love it?
***Have you checked out my Finding Dory interview with Ellen DeGeneres & Ed O’Neill, Kaitlin Olson and Eugene Levy or read about my Finding Dory World Premiere Experience or the time I Danced with Ellen DeGeneres?
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