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This was our final day of Week 5 of Tinkering Day Camp SF with the Senior Tinkerers. Everyone tried very hard, made mistakes and learned from them, collaborated and made friends, and built things bigger than ourselves! One of the best parts of this final day was that none of the project groups "finished" building their structure! This is great because it means that finishing was not the focus of the teams, which is exactly what we want - having a finished product is not what Tinkering School is about! We are proud of this group of tinkerers! It's been a totally normal week and we're not sure why we've gotten so many questions from parents and the public about what else might be going on. Isn't it clear that this is just a normal, perfectly average tinkering summer camp for kids? Nothing special or extraordinary was going on here this week. We give you our word! (wink, wink, nudge, nudge...)
Here are some photos of the last day at camp: (click, tap, or swipe to scroll through photos)
Here are some photos of the deconstruction that took place at the end of the day: (click, tap or swipe to scroll through the photos)
View more photos of our week on our Summer Day Camp SF Flickr album page!