The incredibly talented Jen Mussari designed these Made in USA stamps for us to mark our outbound envelopes and boxes. Thank you Jen, for helping us tell...
Need to add or subtract really big numbers? Relax. PBS Math Club, the coolest homework group anywhere, has a “cheat code” to help.
Animal A-Z, an internal project from Build. The full range of prints can be seen & purchased here;
Sketch note comic inspired by Malala’s interview with Jon Stewart this week
This is fantastic!
Click here to watch Jon Stewart’s extended interview with Malala Yousafzai.
Its so funny to see that by adding eyes and teeth to an object it instantly gives them so much character. I honestly had the best time making these.
Again, you can find more of my work on my Facebook street art page:
Unspeakably lovely: Artist Mica Angela Hendricks collaborates with her 4-year-old daughter after the little girl peeked inside her mommy’s sketchbook and asked to contribute.
Some of the collaborative artworks are now available as prints.
Best thing since The Monster Engine.
Get it, girl.
Best way to learn about the solar system. EVER.
The Family That Tweets Together Stays Together
Retweeted by Mom? Teenagers might say they’d die of embarrassment. But teenagers who are connected with their parents via Twitter and other social media have better relationships with them, and fewer behavioral problems.
A study that asked teens if they used social media to communicate with their parents found that half said yes. And 16 percent said they used social media with their parents every day.
Half of the teens in a this study said they used social media to communicate with the folks. Almost 20 percent said they communicated with Mom and Dad that way every day.
1 in 28 children in the U.S. have an incarcerated parent. Here’s what makes their experience uniquely challenging: http://www.sesameworkshop.org/incarceration/
For the love of Christ, engage them about something other than their physical appearance. Do this:
"Maya," I said, crouching down at her level, looking into her eyes, “very nice to meet you."
"Nice to meet you too," she said, in that trained, polite, talking-to-adults good girl voice.
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