This monthly program is funded by an IMLS federal LSTA Grant, administered by the Mass Board of Library Commissioners. Many businesses and people help sponsor the program, which allows students in grades 3-7 to experiment with different technology.
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Tuesday, April 22, 2014. Kids played with the 3Doodler, Little Bits and Makey Makey. Haley used Little Bits to make a bubble blower!
Thursday, March 27, 2014. Today's Tech Time premiered our brand new 3Doodler pen! The participants also got to experiment with our MaKey MaKey and Little Bits, while watching a demonstration from our 3D Printer!
3D Drawings, Drawings Pens
3Doodler: 3D drawing Pen
Tuesday, January 28, 2014. Today, the kids experimented with the Makey Makey - playing a penny piano and also using it as a way to play computer games. They also used Little Bits and watched as our 3D Printer created a bubble wand.
Makey Makey, Inventions, Gifts Ideas, Bananas, Plays Dough, Toys, Games Control, Makeymakey, The Originals
Amazon.com: MaKey MaKey The Original Invention Kit for Everyone: Toys & Games I just really want to make a banana piano now....a pianana
This is brilliant. Make a game controller out of ANYTHING. [VIDEO] #MakeyMakey #Technology #Gaming #Kickstarter
MaKey MaKey - An Invention Kit for Everyone. Get yours at makeymakey.com Make a piano out of bananas, play Mario on Play Dough, let your kitty take a picture of herself. This is a simple invention kit for beginners, experts, and everything inbetween.
MaKey MaKey from JoyLabz definitely qualifies as STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math). This “invention kit for the 21st century” is simply a circuit board with alligator clips. Essentially, it tricks a computer into thinking that almost anything is a keyboard to turn everyday objects into touchpads. Want to play the piano using bananas instead of keys? Okay. How about creating a workable game controller out of Play-Doh? Entirely possible. makeymakey.com
Wednesday, January 22, 2014. Today, the kids received an introduction to and experimented with Little Bits. They also saw our 3D printer create a star.