‘STEAM’ing forward

Nathaniel Baker-Valdez concentrates on perfecting his drawing of a butterfly during the art and science STEAM Camp at the Ignacio Elementary, July 17-20.
Elias Pena is intrigued by the legs of the grasshopper he caught for his bug project during STEAM Camp held at the Ignacio Elementary, July 17-20.
Julie Stone assists Uriya Casey he focuses on drawing his best version of an insect at the Ignacio Elementary for the art and science STEAM Camp sponsored by the Southern Ute Education Department and Fort Lewis College, July 17-20.
Summer youth employee Sie Chackee monitors Kandin Johnson and Kanoa Thompson as they guess which bug goes into the nets.
Amos O’John Jr. takes his time creating a sketch for his batique art project during the art session of STEAM Camp.
Elementary art teacher Lisa Brown watches Kirsten Jameson trace her drawing with glue during the creation of her bug batique during art and science STEAM Camp at the Ignacio Elementary, July 17-20.
Maria Rivera | The Southern Ute Drum
Maria Rivera | The Southern Ute Drum
Maria Rivera | The Southern Ute Drum
Maria Rivera | The Southern Ute Drum
Maria Rivera | The Southern Ute Drum
Maria Rivera | The Southern Ute Drum

The Southern Ute Tribe teamed up with Fort Lewis College to bring STEAM Camp to the Ignacio Elementary where kids K-2 came together to work on art and science projects, July 17-20. Next week will be 3rd-6th grade and the theme will be patterns and nature, this week’s theme was bugs.

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