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Interactive Art With Scratch and Makey Makey: 10 Steps. AdWords We use AdWords to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by AdWords. Ads are based on both AdWords data and behavioral data that we collect while you’re on our sites. The data we collect may include pages you’ve visited, trials you’ve initiated, videos you’ve played, purchases you’ve made, and your IP address or device ID. This information may be combined with data that AdWords has collected from you. We use the data that we provide to AdWords to better customize your digital advertising experience and present you with more relevant ads. LiveRamp We use LiveRamp to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by LiveRamp. Doubleclick We use Doubleclick to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by Doubleclick.

RocketFuel We use RocketFuel to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by RocketFuel. Twitter We use Twitter to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by Twitter. Facebook We use Facebook to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by Facebook. Home | MakerHub. Strawbees | Dream Big, Build Bigger | Play Guides - Strawbees | Dream Big, Build Bigger. Stop Motion Animation. Stop Motion Animation - What is it? Stop Motion Animation Creativity! Where will your students go? There are many open-source apps, programs, and tools you can use to help make a stop motion artifact. ​ Retrieved from ETEC 510 Classnotes March 9, 2016 How can I use Stop Motion Animation in my makerspace? Stop Motion Animation has taken the educational world by storm, especially with the introduction of easily accessed apps, user friendly interfaces and the use of green screens!

There are many guides to help inspire educators to use Stop Motion Animation as a tool to support a multitude of curricular areas. Take the link below to an ISTE article on Stop Motion Animation with Elementary Students If you are interested in one program that incorporates claymation, stop motion and cartooning check out FRAMES​Take the link below: Stop Motion Animation Lesson Planning Stop-Motion in the Classroom: ClaymationWhy Claymation in the classroom? Stop Motion Animation Student Challenges! Stop Motion Resources. Makerspaces & The Books That Connect With Our Making & Makers! One of the best things about Makerspaces that we create and bring to our libraries, schools and communities is the fact that they can include so many amazing things and connect to the passions and interests of everyone.

Makerspaces not only support our makers in the their passions and interests, but we can find and offer dozens and dozens of ideas to connect to our mission, vision and curriculum for our school and within the library, classrooms and other subjects too. As we head into a new school year and prepare our Makerspaces for our students, teachers and school community, I have been thinking a lot about these passions, interests, visions, missions and all of the amazing things I have seen over the summer and throughout the year. Last week, I shared these ideas with lots of teacher librarians and teachers in Texas, and this week I will share with new friends Hawaii and again in Texas too. Yes! You will find the Padlet here. The Library Voice: Don't Miss This For Your Makers! Read, Question and Think With The Questioneers & Andrea Beaty! There is something very exciting just around the corner from my friend and amazing author Andrea Beaty and illustrator David Roberts...and of course three of our favorite makers, Ada, Rosie and Iggy!

It is a brand new book series from Andrea and David, and a very special site called.... The Questioneers! On The Questioneers, you will find a special spot for Ada, Rosie and... Iggy! These books are available on October 2, 2018 but until then there are a lot of things you can check out and do on the site! There are places For Educators, with Posters, Social Graphics, Activities, Books, Videos, News, Educators and even Other Products but one of my FAVORITE parts of The Questioneers, the STEM Resource Generator that you will find under the For Educators tab. I love how with the Stem Activity and Resource Generator teachers and students can choose grade level, activity types and career aspirations to.... ...come up with amazing activities just for that specific maker or activity.

Paper Circuits For Makerspaces. Paper Circuits using Circuit Stickers – CC Jie Qi Flickr FREE – Get (5) Paper Circuit Project Templates Plus a Few BONUSES A paper circuit is a low-voltage electronic circuit that is created on paper or cardboard using conductive copper tape, LEDs and a power source such as a coin-cell battery. Creating paper circuits is a good way to teach the basics of electricity and how circuits function. In addition to being educational, they can also be a fun makerspace project that helps to bring artwork and paper craft to life. By adding sensors, buzzers and motors to your circuit, you can also add another dimension of interactivity.

These simple projects are great for all ages and all makerspaces. There are a lot of creative and imaginative ways to create a paper circuit. Creating paper circuits is a natural fit for the classroom or library. This video shows how Milan Dahal used paper circuits to create animation. Download (5) Paper Circuit Templates – FREE Paper trimmerSoldering iron Introduction. Tinkercad | Create 3D digital designs with online CAD. Pencil Code. DESIGN SQUAD . Parents & Educators. Handbook | Making in Michigan Libraries. We’ll be developing a maker handbook as a deliverable in our project. Here are some handouts we’ve developed to date. Click on the header for the PDF. Makerspace Activity ListA list of many of the possible genres, tools, and materials used in many makerspaces.

See what fits for you! Flashlight TemplateWe make these with Scotch double-sided foam tape, 10mm LED bulbs ordered from Tayda Electronics, and CR 2032 3V batteries from The Battery Supplier. Maker Vision TemplateUse this document to help formulate your organization’s collective idea of why you are engaging in making, what needs you are meeting, and what success will look like. Design Game with Words (rev. 6/11/2016)Design Game with Pictures (rev. 6/11/2016)Design Thinking Game InstructionsThese are design thinking tools that we have written to help introduce people of all ages to the process of design thinking. “Made” Magazine Cover What would “Made” magazine look like if it featured your makerspace? Jensen, Karen. 2016.