Where the twain (and more) shall meet

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Can you imagine a world in which nothing but you existed? The thought might seem absurd: but when we ponder over this question, we realize that our lives take on meaning only in connection with people, objects, and/or spaces around us! All around, we see a variety of things, all connected in different ways. This project is about connectors – things that join, link, bind, attach or hold two or more things together. Connectors are everywhere: in the physical world in subjects such as geography or physics or chemistry, or art and craft, and more abstract areas like language and math. Why not make use of this idea to impart some curricular learning? As an added benefit, children might even be able to learn from the notion of connection at the level of values as well.

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