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Please join us Tuesday, May 18th, 2017 for your Marketplace for Kids Education Day. New class offerings are all recommendations from your students.

This year, we are processing registrations as they come in and will be mailing the registration as soon as they are processed.

See you May 18th! Thank you.

General Schedule for your Education Day.

A personalized schedule for each student will be printed on their name badge.

This schedule is subject to change.

9:30 a.m.                              Opening Rally

10:00 a.m.                            All Students Attend Classes

10:35 a.m.                            All Students Attend Classes

11:10 a.m.                            All Students Attend Classes

11:35 a.m. – 12:20 p.m.       Eat Lunch and Hall of Great Ideas Showcase

12:30 p.m.                            All Students Attend Classes

1:05 p.m.                              All Students Attend Classes

1:40 p.m.                              Closing Rally


Class List and Description

Class A:

What “Wood” You Make with a Tree.

Trees and forests provide us many products from wood for paper, heating, cooking, buildings, musical instruments, crafts and toys, nuts and fruits, to medicines and mushrooms. Selling “special forest products” could be an opportunity to start your own business or earn extra money. Participants will make and take home a marshmallow popper.17


Class B:

See Tracks? Think Train!

Nearly every three hours, someone is struck by a train in the U.S. During this presentation, students will learn the skills they need to safely walk, bike, skate or ride near the railroad tracks. Students will also learn where it’s safe to play, where it’s not, and what they need to do when they get to a crossing.17


Class C:

Lessons About Money

A presentation that introduces students to financial concepts such as making money, choosing a job, saving money, the concept of interest, wants vs. needs and other relevant topics.17


Class D:

WIRED: Using Tools To Make Keychains.

Students use tools that electricians and plumbers use every day to make themselves a cool keydhain.17


Class E:

Making Light!

In this class, you will hook up various electrical devices and make them work.17


Class F:

Power Plant Puzzle.

Can your two-person team build the puzzle with nuts, bolts, linkage and steel? Bring your mechanical skills and teammate to the challenge. This class is limited to a capacity of 30 students per session, per presenter request.17


Class G:

Everything You Wanted To Know About Being A Teacher.

In this class, you will learn about a career as a classroom teacher and the other opportunities, such as becoming a librarian or counselor.17


Class H:



Class I:

Pricing Your Services.

The class will use a story telling case study and show how to use a service pricing format to come up with a per hour price to charge for services. 17


Class J:

Bridge Building 101.

Bridge Building 101 explores how engineering has impacted the development of bridges over time, including innovative designs and the challenge of creating bridges that become landmarks for a city. Students will work in teams of “engineers” to design and build their own bridge out of toothpicks and gumdrops. They test their bridges using weights, evaluate their results, and present their findings to the class. This class is limited to a capacity of 36 students per session, per presenter request.17


Class K:

Youth Fitness.

Will be working on running, jumping, body weight exercises, balance, stability, flexibility, hand/eye coordination.17


Class L:

Careers on Wheels.

Vehicles depicting occupations within our community will be on display. You see many of these vehicles, but rarely have a chance to view them up close or visit with the operators! During this class you will have the opportunity to observe and get a better understanding of the careers involved in operating these vehicles.17

Class M:

North American Indian Hand Games

A traditional Indian guessing and hiding game using objects, hands, and your power of observation.17


Class N:

The Many Uses Of The Buffalo

Come and learn how the Native Americans strategically and thoughtfully used the mighty buffalo not only for food, but in their everyday life. Hands-on, actual buffalo artifacts to be seen and touched at this session. From hooves to tail!17

REGISTRATION FORMS                     

*All registration forms and information on registration is below:

Word                                                                           PDF
Teacher Flyer                                                      Teacher Flyer
Bismarck Class Descriptions                            Bismarck Class Descriptions
Bismarck Registration Instructions                 Bismarck Registration Instructions
Registration Part 1                                             Registration Part 1
Registration Part 2                                             Registration Part 2
Registration Part 3                                             Registration Part 3
Registration Part 4                                             Registration Part 4


Printed Materials:
To order printed copies of the tools, please contact Bob Heitkamp by email at or call 1-855-434-KIDS (5437)