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Curious about classroom Makerspaces? Here’s how to get started --Cheryl Nelson and Wendy Goldfein of Get Caught Engineering share how they manage their makerspaces in the elementary and middle school levels.
Tapping into Declarative and Procedural Knowledge in the Art Room - The Art of Ed
Engineering Project for Kids: Build a Straw Roller Coaster! Use straws to create a track that a ping pong ball will roll on. Fun STEM challenge for kids!
5 Makerspace Books You NEED to Read | In my AASL Knowledge Quest post, I talk about the five Makerspace books that had a huge influence on me when I was first starting our makerspace in 2014. | RenovatedLearning.com
Back to (pre) school tips with @scotchbrand | @thefauxmartha #sponsored
Do you have a STEM or STEAM center in your classroom? Mrs. Byrd's Classroom 2016 (Mrs. Byrd's Learning Tree)
Looking for ways to make mornings before school less hectic? Scotch™️ Brand teamed up with the Faux Martha to bring you four great ideas for getting your household organized and making the most of that precious before-school morning time. #sponsored
Take a Short Tour of My Classroom... For those who have never seen my room before. My classroom makerspace! love5thgrade.blogspot.com
25 Awesome STEM Challenges for Kids (with Inexpensive or Recycled Materials!) Building challenges with paper, straw, craft sticks, etc.
Parents, get your household organized and ready for back to school. With a little extra planning and some ideas from Scotch™️ Brand, you can help make sure your kids get out the door on time every day, with everything they need. #sponsored
A changeable marble run with magnetic parts - love this! Might be a great Christmas gift.
5 Free Templates - Paper circuits are a creative way to teach electricity & circuits. Perfect #MakerED project for a school or library makerspace.
In our school's new maker space we had a storage problem. We needed lots of storage, but needed to maximize countertop real estate and mobility My solution is this Ikea Storage Behemoth. #IkeaHack
With the success of last year’s post on the Top Ten Makerspace Favorites of 2015, we are excited to announce this year’s list. We have spent the year scouring maker products to build this list. Prior to writing this post, we invited our PLN to contribute to a Padlet that highlighted some of their favorites. Based …
This school projects station is mobile, so kids can move it to the kitchen table or the living room or wherever they want to work. By keeping all homework, school books and supplies in the station, they won’t lose track of where things are.
Use this helpful checklist to create a Mini Maker Space Cart for Kids filled with STEM & STEAM projects like circuits, art, and tinkering. #ad #ScrubMyWay #TeamSponge
Tinkering Spaces: A Series of Informative and Inspiring Interviews with Makers, Educators, and Parents | TinkerLab.co