Makerspaces have begun popping up in school classrooms, at libraries, and in local communities in recent years. They’ve become especially popular in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) classrooms, but they’ve been popping up in homes recently, too.
What is a makerspace?
A makerspace is a “curiosity space” for kids to build, explore, and invent with a variety of tools and supplies. These hands-on spaces ignite curiosity, innovation, critical thinking, and creativity in your future engineer, scientist, architect, surgeon, artist, etc.