#MakerSpace - Best of Jan 2018
This is a fun and creative physical computing project that opens a doorway to computational thinking concepts and practices. From brainstorming to designing, engineering and programming, students create their own interactive robots. By programming microcontrollers and various electronic and mechanical components, students make their ideas come to life. This project is an adaptation of the Lawrence Hall of Sciences Robot Petting Zoo, with an additional emphasis on 3D engineering with cardboard.
Do you want to get into Making and Maker Ed? Don’t know where to start? Don’t have a makerspace? No problem! Here’s five ideas, classroom tested, which can be built using a minimum of tools for students in the K – 8 grade scale. If you are wondering how to connect these projects back to…
Nintendo Labo is a series of DIY kits crafted to work with Nintendo Switch™. Build Toy-Con creations from cardboard and bring them to life with your Nintendo Switch system and the included software.
When planning to create your first makerspace, it's important to remember your budget and plan accordingly. These tips should help.