Worlds of Making: Best Practices for Establishing a Makerspace for Your School
Read this: Maker Education and Experiential Education by Jackie Gerstein
Maker Space: Interdisciplinary, creative learning thrives in this do-it-yourself design studio.
Makerspace Resources and Programming ideas | Create, Collaborate, Innovate
Makers unite! Together we can change the world. Download and print this poster for your studio, workshop, or maker space.
Makers share ideas, skills, and tools, and Maker Spaces allow for a central location where creating can happen in a collaborative, supportive environment. Get tips for setting up a maker space that allows for maximum creativity and learning.
Valuable Lessons From My First Makerspace Year | In my AASL Knowledge Quest blog post, I look back and reflect on my school's first makerspace year, including what went well and what could have been better.
4 Super Easy Budget Friendly Projects for Your Makerspace | Makerspace projects don't have to be crazy expensive. Here's four awesome, budget friendly projects that your students will love.
Make & Takes: Let Students Own the Learning | Many makerspaces tend to emphasize tech and tools that have to stay at the school. It's important to balance that out with activities that students can take home as well. Arts & crafts, cardboard challenge and other activities can be great make & takes for students. Also, it makes for awesome advocacy when parents get to see what your kids are making. | RenovatedLearning.com
Play Dough Sensory Self-Portrait All About Me Activity for Preschool