Spend time learning a new maker skill, explore various tools and materials in the Makerspace workshops at the Glazer Children’s Museum. Kids will spend the first 30-45 minutes of each workshop learning a specific maker skill (creating, coding, or constructing), and then spend the rest of the time either applying that new skill to a project of their own or practicing other skills and making a new project.
Create on May 8 ● Learn how to weave on a giant loom, make a cardboard loom, weave your own textile, make plarn (plastic bag yarn), or freely create during open make time.
Code on May 15 ● Learn how to code through a series of games, practice coding skills with Bee-Bot and Botley, design your own coded obstacle course, or make during open make time.
Construct on May 22 ● Learn how screws function and practice with Makedo, work on your constructing skills, construct your…