OC TECH LAB
3rd Grade Engineers CLICK-IT, Design Landmarks
GOOGLE Augmented Reality Visits Primary School
A Makerspace Built by Elementary School Students
Makerspaces offer unique opportunities for students to create
OC LIFE 21 Completes First 'Makerspace" LEGO-Lab at OCPS
Ocean City Primary School Puts a Twist on March Madness
Ocean City Primary students talk with NASA Engineer
Robots and Coding; Ocean City Primary School
Ocean City Primary School students explore virtual reality
Kindergartners Coding in New Ocean City School District Class
Coding Is Child's Play At Ocean City Primary School
Students play March Madness with
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OC TECH PROJECTS!!!
Minecraft Education Edition is a great mathematics tool! Yup, that right...math! Design a zoo for 8 different types of animals and build them each a habitat!
Crying Baby Project
Little baby TImmy is upset...what cheers him up? BUBBLES! Design and print a bubble wand to turn this sad baby into a happy one.
3D Printed Rockets!
Boys and girls...start your engines! Can you design a LEGO-Racer using the steps of the engineering process? Click on the LEGO-man above for more information.
Steve and his wife Lucy want to move their family to a futuristic city. They have chosen a new 3D printed town called "Geocity" that is made up of amazing geometric buildings. Click on the image above to learn more about the project.
Who will be the kings/queens of code?
2nd and 3rd graders tee off in a computer programming competition. Click on the image to see more!
BUILD A SPACE STATION
The International Space Station orbits the earth 16 times a day and is longer than a football field. Can you redesign and build a new space station?
The power of GREEN! Learn about green screen technology and how it is used to create amazing videos. Almost all of the block-buster hits that we love use green screens to create sets and amazing special effects!
SNOW PLOW Challenge
Ocean City is looking to build the tallest tower in the state. Can you design and build a tower that is extremely tall, but still stable?
THE GRINCH PROJECT