Clubhouse Projects

Handmade - Created by Hand

In our technologically rich society, we sometimes forget the marvels that can be created with human hands.

Great Men and Women of the World

Who are the great thinkers and changers of society in YOUR country?

Lyrics and Lines
A page about poetic and musical interests around the world.

“My Home/ My Land"

is a contest-project for children from 7-18

Regions (and their people)

What is the climate, topography, population density, and so on where you live?

2017-18 School year

Here are 6 projects, largely focusing on UN sustainable development Goals.
Duration of Project will be around 2 - 3 months each, anytime after July. Follow the link to read more about each project.

Fill the form on the web page to join.

Projects organizer: Vandana Aneja
Tech support: Janet Barnstable & Lakshmi Srinivas

1.) Gender Equality -
Ages: 14-16 years

2.) Be Cool, Use Alternate Fuel -
Ages 12-14 years

3.) Clean Look is the Dream Look -
Ages 4-6 years

4.) Commit to Be Fit -
Ages 8-10

5.) Eat Healthy, Be Nutrition-Wealthy -
Ages 5-7

6.) Economic Development Necessary for Human Development -
Ages 16-17

2016-17 School year

International Peace day (and beyond)

Hindu Holidays

2015-16 School year

International Peace Day - 2015

Peace starts with each one of us!

Holocaust Remembrance- 2015

What will you do now and in the future?

What are you learning or doing?

Are you doing a special project? Genius hour, perhaps?
Tell us and share the results of student work!
Are special celebrations happening near you?

Play or download the music from Julian Middle School Winter concert. Great choir leader gets a lot out of the kids!

Olympics in Tokyo - Looking back / looking forward!

Secret Places - started by Athalo Carrao, Brazil
Post here places in your city or region that aren't so famous, but are special for you. Post a picture, write what you can do there, and (maybe) why it's special.
A Tourist's View of Vegas - The Grand Canyon National Park - Historic Route 66
A Tourist in Australia: Kuranda Scenic railway, Green Island National Park (Great Barrier Reef)

Japan: Performing Arts Center Student performances - Kabuki Do you know Okuni?
Akira Kuorsawa, who is that?
Baseball What famous United States player is honored in Japan?
Steam Locomotive Museum in Kyoto, Japan.

Celebrations in Japan

Christmas on the Streets & Shopping for Fish for New Years - Kyoto with visits to the Yasaka and Heian shrines and Ryoan-ji temple.
Osaka, Japan - Town and Festivals; Aomori Nebuta Festival - fantastic floats and fun!
2014 Saga International Balloon Fiesta - Asian Maximum grade hot air balloons
Fall Mum festival at Himeji Castle, Japan (and an added bonus of the TV Ninja Drama)
Miki City, Hyogo, Japan - Memorial festival (Matsuri)
Kobe Jazz Street - Kobe, Japan Jazz is a very popular form of music in Japan. There are Jazz groups that travel around and Jazz clubs also. Every Fall, there is a huge two day festival in Kobe, with groups coming to perform from all over.ason is it?

Peace: 2014-15 School year


What Season is it?

Did you know that Spring happens in October? Well, if you live in Australia, or South Africa, or Argentina, you say "Of course, it does." This project is open during October and November of 2014. Tell us what it is like where you live by adding to this Padlet:

Fall and Winter Holidays

Halloween ||| Dashain ||| All Souls' Day ||| Autumn ||| Diwali ||| Thanksgiving ||| Advent ||| Chanukah ||| Christmas ||| New Years ||| Lohri ||| Carnival ||| Purim

Holidays in Malaysia

Diwali/Deepavali - Hindu holiday of lights.
9 Emperor Gods - first nine days of the ninth month of the lunar calendar.
Chinese NewYear: transition from winter to spring.


Everyone loves pets, go to our pet gallery and see., We invite you to send a picture of your pet and to write about it on our discussion board.


Keeping the Memory Alive - in All Generations

On January 27 each year, the United Nations (UN) remembers the Holocaust that affected many people of Jewish origin during World War II. This day is called the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust. The day also commemorates when the Soviet troops liberated the Nazi concentration and death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland on January 27, 1945. It is hoped that through remembering these events, people will remember the Holocaust and prevent genocide. With this International Day of Remembrance, we begin our annual remembrance project.

2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia

Write about your favorite olympian or olympic sport! See all the countries who are participating.

Peace Week - 2013-14 school year

How do you say peace? With whom will you make peace? How do you respect the opinions, beliefs, traditions, of others? Share with us and the world your ideas, plans, efforts for peace.

Passion Projects

We invite you to join us in a project bringing passion into the classroom!


Using Google's street view of five random locations, Geoguesser assigns points for closeness to the actual location. We are challenging teams of students to work on obtaining the highest score!

The Courage to Care

The 2013 observance of the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust is built around the theme “Rescue during the Holocaust: The Courage to Care”

Peace - (2012-13 school year)
Peace - Own it, spread it!

Spring - 2013

What is spring like where you are? When does it come? What are signs of spring?

Equinox Day

Is March 21 in Spring or Fall in your part of the world? Or do your seasons not change much at all? Send us ONE picture of Equinox day and let's look at the whole world.

Winter Festivals
One kind word can warm three winter months. This Japanese proverb resonates with everyone who experiences a long, dark winter.

What about your winter?

It started with Ilse from Hamburg/Germany and Larisa from Lithuania and has continued to grow!

Peace (2011-12 School Year)

Come together for a Peace, and share with all of us. Continue throughout the school year with messages of peace.

Remember the Children

Did you know that 1.5 million children died during the Holocaust?