A variety of hands-on, engaging, and creative assignments have emerged during this unprecedented moment in public education, one such recent activity at Brooklyn School had remote and in-person learners collaborating for a highly interactive lesson. 7th grade remote learners joined in-person learners in small groups and used a bin of cubes that represented frogs in a pond. The activity was to take six samples from the in-person learners, who then communicated information to the remote learners who entered data into a Google Document. Students found the percent of each sample that were considered “mutant frogs." Students then collaborated with the data to make predictions about their pond and the mutant frogs. To keep safe, non-allergy gloves were worn and disposable cups were used so that students could share the manipulatives between classes. In all, this creative assignment joined in-person learners with their remote counterparts and used hands-on critical thinking skills combined with the use of technology. Way to go, Mrs. Frate and these Brooklyn School collaborative learners!