About catherynmoody

Catheryn is currently pursuing her MA in Technical and Professional Communication at East Carolina University and holds a BA in Creative Writing from NC State University. Catheryn has been writing in her profession as a Police Officer since 2012 and plans to pursue a career change to Technical Writing after graduation. Catheryn is a member of the Society for Technical Communication.

6 LEGO® Science Activities for Kids and Teens

By |2018-04-15T12:14:44-04:00April 16th, 2018|

For student science and STEM enthusiasts out there, we have a compilation of science-themed LEGO® activities for you this week as we continue our 60 Educational LEGO® Activities for Kids blog series. This week’s activities are for kids ranging from elementary to high school, and some of the activities for the older kids may [...]

6 Rainy Day LEGO Activities for Kids

By |2018-04-08T22:52:09-04:00April 8th, 2018|

April showers brings May flowers. With all of the wet weather keeping kids indoors this season, why not keep their minds engaged and growing with fun and educational LEGO® activities? Indoor play centered on creative thought and hands-on learning allows children to be imaginative in ways they couldn’t be outdoors. Turn off the TV [...]

Be Prepared for Severe Weather with Brick Scholars

By |2019-09-21T16:16:16-04:00March 5th, 2018|

The trees are budding and flowers are blooming. Days are getting longer and the sun is shining. Spring is fast approaching, and now is the time to prepare for the severe weather Spring can bring. The National Weather Service and the North Carolina Department of Public Safety have teamed up for Severe Weather Preparedness [...]

Six Fun STEM Activities To Do at Home

By |2020-03-31T11:12:03-04:00February 21st, 2018|

Hello Brick Scholars! As we continue our 60 Educational LEGO® Activities for Kids blog series, we are focusing this week on constructing tangible objects. Read Happy LEGO Day for our first post in this series highlighting 6 LEGO learning activities using toy vehicles. Did you know that constructing tangible objects is a better way to learn? Seymour [...]