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Resources and project ideas to help librarians create the best Makerspaces in their libraries.
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Fun to do Makerspace Projects

  • How to make a 3D book
    This article is in French, but has English translations.
  • Corner Page Bookmarks
    Page corner bookmarks are cute, practical and easy to make, easy to customize, and will set you apart from all those same-same flat rectangular bookmarks.
  • MAKE IT @ YOUR LIBRARY!
    This site is brought to you in collaboration with Instructables and it is our hope that through this site, libraries of all stripes and sizes will be able to experiment with maker projects. Make it @ Your Library believes that content creation in the library is a vital direction for our libraries to pursue. Happy creating!
  • Science & Engineering for Kids: Paper Building Blocks
    Most paper crafts revolve around creating something fancy out of paper, but did you know that you could use paper as a structural material? These simple paper building blocks are a great way to demonstrate engineering for kids.
  • Spy Girls! Just for Girls.
    A program of Girls, Math & Science Partnership [GMSP]–Click! engages girls, ages 10–14, to solve mysteries and complete covert missions using important science concepts as agents-in-training. The program utilizes relatable narratives and cutting-edge technology, while encouraging tactile-based inquiry and real-world problem solving skills.
  • The Arts and Crafts Makerspace
  • Creating the Tallest Cup Tower: A STEM Challenge
    This simple challenge of stacking small cups to the tallest possible height is to get student groups to work together to create the tallest stack of cups possible.
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