Makerspace activities are taking over classrooms and turning students and their teachers into makers. Makerspaces encourage hands-on student-driven learning, experimentation, and collaboration.
To help you see how possible it is to incorporate makerspace activities into your classroom, here are ten makerspace activities that can fit any grade level and most budgets.
- Upcycling Activities
Upcycling is using discarded materials to make something new that is even better than the original. Students simply look for discarded items and use their imaginations to make something new. For example, many teachers have their students work on recycled book crafts, such as using books (or book pages) with broken spines to make beautiful projects.
- Construction Activities
Students love to build – no matter their age. Even if…