ABC Reports that Jordan Reeves, a champion for children with limb differences, has built a glitter-shooting prosthetic called “Project Unicorn.”
Jordan shows that age and physical differences can’t prevent students from reaching excellence in technology.
It’s National Park week! Pick a park this week, this month, this year, and enjoy the beauty of the outdoors.
Read all about it at: National Parks Service website
For a timely article that happens to coincide with last month’s film feature Hidden Figures, click on the title link below. Though this great story about the first NASA women to be featured characters in a Lego set has been covered in many media outlets, this version is special as it also showcases the set creator, Maia Weinstock.
With millions of girls around the globe ready to build on their visions with this inspiring set, Lego is offering worlds of exploration along with NASA!