A "maker" is someone who does things to improve the world around them, invents new things, and loves to create, tinker and play with the world and resources around them.
Makerspaces are creative, DIY spaces where people can gather to create, invent, and learn. In our Meadowbrook Makerspace students can use various art tools and supplies to create their masterpieces. Some of the fun tools we have are stencils, tracers, crazy scissors, mini markers, crayons, colored pencils, stapler, tape, hole puncher, spirograph, etc. Two of the most popular things to do in the Makerspace is Origami paper folding and making accessories using rainbow looms and rainbow loom bands.
Donations of craft supplies will be needed on an ongoing basis; if you can help we could use the following items:
- pom poms (all colors)
- origami paper (6''x6'' or 4''x4'' preferably)
- wiggly eyes
- glue sticks
- glue bottles
- pipe cleaners (all colors)
- rainbow loom rubber bands
- key rings (to make key chains with rainbow loom)
We also have an engineering learning station that is in need of Legos and Lego Friends pieces.
Thank you to all of those who donated items to make this makerspace possible.
A very special thanks is due to Anuhea Moler and Angeleisa Russert who took on the startup of this Makerspace as their Girl Scout Silver Award Project.