More than 59 million women in
A few weeks ago 35 third and fourth-graders from the
One of the exercises Kirsten lead involved the girls picking out good and bad design elements of everyday household products. Once the positive and negative aspects of each product were identified, they were asked to think of ways to improve that item or find a new use for it. One girl suggested adding perfume to nail polish because of its strong odor while another group redesigned a water bottle so it functioned better on their bicycles.
K-State Salina is always excited about connecting with the community. The continuing education office (http://www.salina.k-state.edu/dce/) extends
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