Where the Magic Happens: library maker programs | The Maker Issue “If you want to say my whole library is a maker space, well, sometimes it looks like one,” says Melissa Techman. Photo courtesy of Broadus Wood Elementary School Library.
The Oak Park Public library developed this for the entire library, but this could be channeled into part of a teen space. I just got so tired of seeing the same tree/booths/sling chair motifs. The concept of kids taking this over each month and changing it around could be really great.
Unleash your students' creativity and divergent thinking with a classroom Maker Space! Perfect for tinkering, engineering, inventing, and completing STEM challenges in your elementary classroom! | STEM activities