KIBO is a robot kit for children 4-7 years old for learning programming and engineering integrated with the arts. Children build their own robot, program it with wooden blocks, and decorate it. No screens of any type needed,
Parents of makers know that when their children are programming, building robots, and inventing, they are learning. Yet at school, learning becomes serious and sometimes boring. Why can't learning at school be like the vibrant, joyful learning we see at Maker Faire, and in homes of makers all around the world?nnIn the spirit of Maker Faire and global making, we will share practical advice for parents of makers, educators, and makers themselves who want to re-make schools into places where children love to learn once again
In true Maker fashion, everyone has a part to play in this revolution!
Press Play, ''Make Your Own Museum'' is an interactive display inviting Maker Faire visitors to create molded dough impressions from pre made 3D printed molds of sculptures and artifacts.
Learn how to make a bar of soap using a glycerin base you can easily melt and pour. You choose the color, fragrance, toy and will go home with a completed soap! This is an easy, fun & creative project that is great for kids!
Eggsactly is a game of strategy and skillful observation where one player ''hides'' small pieces into a set of 3D printed eggs to challenge their opponent find them all and give the eggsact count.
My project is a combination of my two hobbies robotics and 3d printing. The main goal of this project is to make robotics cheaper by learning how to print out as much of my robots as possible.
Destination Imagination: where students solve amazing fun challenges and learn creativity, critical thinking, teamwork & improvisation.rnrnWe inspire and equip students to become the next generation of innovators and leaders!
The Sunol Glen School Trashion Collective, is an annual group of K-8th grade designers and art mentors who collect, create and model fashions designed from trash or re-purposed fabrics. We find fun in the trash!
Romibo is a social robot that helps caregivers teach and reinforce social skills with children. He is particularly useful for individuals who have special needs. Come talk and play with Romibo and see how he's made.
Crafting from Cindy Ann's new book "Just Us Girls: 48 Creative Art Projects for Mothers and Daughters to Do Together." Pat-On-The-Back Medallions are an opportunity to show off you or congratulate someone for a job well done.
GlueMotor is a plug & play servo motor for everyone --- just plug into your smartphone headphone jack and now you can control anything by your finger! For your prototyping, only need double sided tapes, Lego and GlueMotor!
While I've worked with kids a lot in making related activities, this is the first time I've started a Maker Club of my own. In the past I've been a regional coordinator for MAKE's Young Maker program and as a profession I teach public middle school. This year I've combined my passions to lead a Maker Club at my school. This presentation will get into the nuts and bolts of running a Maker Club like how to run the meetings, managing supplies and a huge list of tested activities that are sure to be a hit.
Maker Junior brings the experience of making to kids in classrooms, libraries and community centers. Fun projects combine arts and crafts materials with technical tools and components to spark curiosity and inspire learning.
Making builds confidence, sparks curiosity and helps kids discover new areas of expertise. Alison Evans Adnani believes the experience of making needs to be available to every child. Alison founded Maker Junior to bring maker programming out of the maker space and into classrooms, libraries and community centers. Alison will share:n- simple projects that allow for exploration and playn- tips for teaching techniquen- strategies for managing larger groups