A few months ago I was asked to talk to a number of Fourth Grade classes about architecture during a field trip to a local museum. I didn't know what to think and architecture can be a dry subject to talk about unless you have a lot of visuals, but I did my best.
I showed the kids (and teacher's) the software we use and the explained, in basic terms, how to design buildings. A few kids even had questions for me after the "lecture" like, "Can a building really be built in a day?" That one made me laugh.
This morning the organizer of the field trip brought me Dutch Iris bulbs, Cannas bulbs, and a number of handwritten notes from the children. The one above is one of my favorites.