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Humboldt County Office of Education: Caitlin Taylor

Project Category: 6th-8th Grade

Caitlin Taylor

Caitlin’s Family Maker Night Projects Grade: 6th School: Zane Middle School Description I attended Family Maker Night and I learned how to make a survival bracelet and other things.  I helped my brothers with their projects too and it was really fun! All Sixth-Eighth Grade Submissions Caitlin Taylor 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share Big Lagoon – 4th-8th grade 3rd-5th Grade, 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share K’nek’nek Lowry 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share K’nek’nek Lowry 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share Back to Maker Share...

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Big Lagoon – 4th-8th grade

Our Poem:  “TEK is…” Grade: 4th-8th School: Big Lagoon Description Hannah Macana’s class at Big Lagoon created this beautiful poem as a collaborative exercise to demonstrate an understanding of Traditional Ecological Knowledge. * Select the image for a larger version of the poem. All sixth-8th Grade Submissions Caitlin Taylor 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share Big Lagoon – 4th-8th grade 3rd-5th Grade, 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share K’nek’nek Lowry 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share K’nek’nek Lowry 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share Back to Maker Share...

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K’nek’nek Lowry

The Yurok Canoe Grade: 6th School: Trinidad School Description I made this canoe out of clay to represent the traditional Yurok canoe. Traditionally they are made of redwood. The redwood canoe is very reliable transportation for the Yurok people and is considered a living entity. It won’t capsize but if it does fill with water it won’t even sink! This is Native engineering.   All sixth-8th Grade Submissions Caitlin Taylor 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share Big Lagoon – 4th-8th grade 3rd-5th Grade, 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share K’nek’nek Lowry 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share K’nek’nek Lowry 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share Back to...

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K’nek’nek Lowry

Removing thorns from gooseberries Grade: 6th School: Trinidad Description In the video I am removing thorns from gooseberries. They are traditional food for the Yurok people. The Yurok word for gooseberries is “moh-kah”, which grow inland. The way I removed the thorns is an example of traditional ecological knowledge. All sixth-8th Grade Submissions Caitlin Taylor 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share Big Lagoon – 4th-8th grade 3rd-5th Grade, 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share K’nek’nek Lowry 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share K’nek’nek Lowry 6th-8th Grade, Maker Share Back to Maker Share...

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