The kids team picked up three Kidscreen Awards at the 2016 annual event in Miami.
Congratulations go to the digital team responsible for these fine works:
and to Exec Producer Marisa Wolsky who oversees these important science projects.
Congrats also go to our pals at PBS KIDS for yet another channel-of-the-year win and to Chris Bishop and his team at PBS KIDS for best design.
… are the 42nd Annual EMMY nominations for childrens projects. This years nominations include our very own Plum Landing and Design Squad in the Outstanding New Approaches – Original Daytime Program or Series, Arthur for Outstanding Children’s Animated Program and many of our friends working on Wild Kratts, Peg+Cat, Odd Squad, Sesame Street, Dinosaur Train and Daniel Tiger.
Design Squad Nation’s Deysi Melgar joined us for a full-day photo shoot in our new studio. Images are for a forthcoming set of how-to photo guides for robot arms, confetti launchers and more.
Congratulations to umsamsav, age 11, whose design for Design Squad Nation got the most votes in our Top Builder: Rubber Band Power Challenge! Here’s what they have to say about it:
This is a rubber band powered boat. I made it by using an old chocolate carton, popsicle sticks, a rubber band, and cardboard. The rubber band propels the cardboard, therefore advancing the boat through the water. The more the rubber band is turned, the more potential energy it has, before placing in the water. When the boat is placed in the water, the rubber band unwinds, and makes the cardboard push the boat through the water. That is how my rubber band powered boat moves.