Tinkerers Unite! How Parents Enable Kids' Creativity ......the unstructured experience is being squeezed out of childhood. With most building toys, "you can't fail," she says. "It's much more fun to tinker and fail and figure things out."
IS MAKER FAIRE MADE FOR KDS? >> “I love that it is becoming more kid-centric,” said Stephen Gilman, who brought his son Ben, 7, to the event, and works to help create “makerspaces,” or hands-on learning workshops, for children. “This is where the power of the maker movement is,” he said. (A. O'Leary via NYTimes)