#MakerSpace - Best of May 2018
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Youtube user Hknssn built a paper airplane-making machine using legos. As a last step, it launches the airplanes — a compressor shoots them about 2-3 meters off-camera — but you might have to watch the launch more than once. It happens fast!
The Force is strong with students at Tabernacle Elementary School. Ahead of the release of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on Friday, students in each grade level designed and began crafting mobile makerspaces paying tribute to their favorite intergalactic characters: Darth Vader, C-3PO, Chewbecca, R2-D2 and BB8.
Looking for themed Makerspace activity ideas for your school or afterschool program? Here are 4 Star Wars activities that will inspire students to be creative and inventive! Star Wars Character Activity: Build your own Star Wars character! Suggested Materials: CD’s … Continue reading →
Using paper circuits you can create a light saber from Star Wars. Learn about electricity and circuits. Fun and easy makerspace project.
Colleges are following the lead of K-12 schools and libraries by creating easily accessible makerspaces that are available to the entire student body.