Makerspace: How to Begin
We begin each Maker Project with an inspiring multicultural story.
Then, we share an open-ended prompt and materials with kids and teach them any new skills they need.
Finally, we step back and watch kids make and create!
The World is not a Rectangle tells the story of architect Zaha Hadid. After reading this inspiring story, ask your students to create their version of a famous structure with paper towel tubes, cardboard, recycled containers, duct tape and anything else you can find!
A note to parents asking for donations of recyclables is a quick way to boost your Makerspace supplies for free.