Upcoming Workshops

Do you strive to be a “hands-on” teacher and to utilize “project-based learning”? SCRAP can support your goals with low-cost and high-interest materials. This workshop will present a variety of science concepts that can be developed through open-ended exploration in your Pre-K through 5th grade classroom. Participants will build, explore, play and make meaningful discoveries - on our way to creating similar experiences for our students.

Workshop Timeline

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM | Workshop

+ 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM | Wine, chat and shop with your fellow teachers

*All teachers will receive a $25 gift card for shopping!

In person at SCRAP

Thursday, December 7, 2022

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM PDT

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Discover a variety of unique gift-wrapping methods using reusable wrapping cloths to bring your gift-giving skills to the next level! In Korea, traditional wrapping cloths are known as Bojagi, which are similar to Japan's Furoshiki. These beautiful wrapping cloths are a wonderful way to present gifts or transport everyday items, while also reducing the environmental impact by reusing them over and over again.

All materials are provided and you will also be sent home with some Bojagi wrapping cloths and step-by-step wrapping demonstration worksheets. All ages are welcome to participate!

About Bojagi

Bojagi is a traditional Korean folk art consisting of patchwork cloths made from remnants of fabric such as cotton, silk, hemp and ramie. These practical cloths were present in Korea as early as the fourteenth century. They were made in a variety of sizes and used to cover and contain items such as gifts, tables, food, and other everyday objects. This art form has been historically passed down through generations of female artists and was used by Korean people from all classes.

These handmade cloths often held symbolic meaning and sentiment, expressed through their designs. Each color, pattern, and embroidery design was intentionally chosen to represent different well-wishes to the receiver of the Bojagi.

In person at SCRAP

Saturday, December 10, 2022

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM PDT

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