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Kids Think Design

Kids Think Design shows students that design is all around them, from gardens and transportation to computers and statues.
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Kids Think Design shows students that design is all around them, from gardens and transportation to computers and statues. Students can explore design in fashion, graphics, books, building interiors, everyday products, and lots more. In each field, they meet well-known designers, find out how they think, try activities, and discover design projects they can do. A toolbox gives suggestions for what they need to undertake a project. There are links to design contests, and the ‘learn more’ section suggests great websites and age-leveled books. Lists of recommended books for each category of design are also provided in the store section of the website.

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