Sometimes successful making means creating something no one else could. With access to a wide variety of inspiring supplies, every student can bring their unique imagination to life — or find inspiration for their next big idea.
On the hunt for makerspace ideas? Bring on the arts! The library is the perfect place to give students valuable creation experiences and an artistic outlet.
Accomplished maker and educator Heather Lister provides sample projects and resources to incorporate the maker movement within your school, library, or classroom (or all three!), with little to no technology requirements.
Need to add a little art to your STEAM makerspace? Looking for a way to motivate summer reading program participants? Love collaborative art pieces? Read what librarians shared about how they are using StickTogether mosaic posters for all this and more — and steal some ideas for your own library!
MakerHub is an easy-to-search online repository of STEM activities that feature students' favorite maker tools. Join for free and start searching, downloading, and making today!