Here’s a quick lesson you can do with your students to learn how to use your Makerspace while teaching students to enjoy the process.
Give your students a selection of pieces. These can be any material you have available. We used bottle caps, straws, tape, index cards and string. We also had scissors available. You can use these materials or use what you have in your Makerspace. The items should be flexible enough to let students explore. Continue Reading
You’ve decided to have a Makerspace. What should you put in it? Any thing you want. Start small. We put out origami paper and a book during the first week just to see what would happen. (Turns out the answer to that question is lots of paper frogs.) But seriously, we made a list of potential items for your Makerspace. Continue Reading
Adding candy to any lesson will always engage students, but why not get some math out of it in the process? Continue Reading
So many of those store-bought Valentine’s are impersonal, so why not try this punny activity with your students? Now, beware-many students don’t really get puns, so you may have to do some explaining. Continue Reading
Do you need a simple, easy, quick and painless way to have fun pranking your students for April Fool’s Day? Here is a little something just for you that won’t end up having students in tears or parents beating down your door. Continue Reading