Thesis Committee Member(s)
College for Professional Studies
MS Computer and Information Technology
School of Computer & Information Science
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
Business Problem Science is a crucial part of our educational curriculum. It has become vitally important for children to be introduced to science at an earlier age to insure their interest is cultivated throughout the rest of their education. The dilemma is finding interesting ways to engage grade school aged children in learning about science. Technical Solution "The All Squirrel Band" is a web based phrase completion game hosted by a rock band made up entirely of squirrels. The object of the game is to collect enough "nuts" for the band to go on tour this winter. Each "nut" represents a letter of the alphabet used to complete the phrase. A category is given for each phrase. Categories would include subjects pertaining to science. An example category would be the moons of our solar system, where each phrase contains the name of a moon and the planet it orbits. The phrase can then be used to search the web for additional information on the subject. Business Case The purpose of the project is to introduce science to grade school aged children through the use of art, music and games. The project also introduces the use of the internet as a learning tool and resource for information.
Date of Award
© Gennetta Lovelady
All content in this Collection is owned by and subject to the exclusive control of Regis University and the authors of the materials. It is available only for research purposes and may not be used in violation of copyright laws or for unlawful purposes. The materials may not be downloaded in whole or in part without permission of the copyright holder or as otherwise authorized in the “fair use” standards of the U.S. copyright laws and regulations.
Lovelady, Gennetta E., "The All Squirrel Band" (2006). All Regis University Theses. 302.