You will likely be more successful this summer in maximizing your creativity and character if you can find a space to work that offers some privacy and freedom from distractions. You’ll want to choose a spot to work that you feel comfortable interacting with your peers, have the space necessary to be involved in all activities, and don’t have to worry about disturbing anyone else around you.
If possible, try finding a location that you can leave set up as your personal workspace during the program. Keep in mind the following tips when choosing your workspace:
While we will all be engaging with each other virtually this summer, it will be important for you to work closely with a parent or guardian to make sure you are prepared to use any materials and tools safely. Be sure to get permission from a parent or guardian before using any tools, and if they don’t feel comfortable with you using something, let your teacher know and they will help you improvise!