What is a Makerspace?
A makerspace is a place where students can gather to create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials. 2 short videos- What is a Makerspace & this one featuring Nick Poole, creative technologist
Donations for Makerspaces List - Can you help us?
Some suggestions: Legos, K’nex, TinkerToys, Lincoln Logs, blocks, water bottle lids, toilet paper and paper towel cardboard rolls, bottle caps, colored pencils, crayons, scissors, letter beads, scrapbook paper, construction paper, felt, Play Dough,poster board, beads, qtips, cotton balls, ribbon, buttons, marbles, fuzzy pom poms, pipe cleaners, modeling clay, paint, markers, stickers, glitter pens (no loose glitter), Cardboard, Duct Tape, Painters Tape Transparent Tape, Wood, Craft Sticks, Plastic Drinking Straws, Paper Clips, Binder Clips, Paper Cups & Plates, EVA Foam Sheets, Foam Board, Heat Shrink, Neodymium Magnets, Rubber Bands, Fishing Line, Altoids Tins, Gorilla Glue, Hot Glue Sticks Spray Adhesive, Moldable Plastic, PVC Pipe, Acrylic Paint, Zip Ties, String, Yarn, Fabric, Brass Fasteners, styrofoam, sponges
For storage of supplies: shoe boxes, plastic boxes, buckets, tubs, baskets etc. -anything that can be used for storage with or without a lid
If you need information, please email Pam Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org