Lessons, Projects & Resources

Makery Club Sign-Up Sheet


What does our Makerspace have?

  • Carvey machines (2) – a 3D carving machine
  • 3D printers (2)
  • 3D pens
  • Cameos (2) – a computerized cutting machine
  • Green screen equipment
  • Stop motion equipment
  • Glue guns
  • Soldering irons
  • Tools (hammers, screwdrivers, saws (hand & power), drills (power)
  • iPads
  • Robots
  • Sewing supplies (fabric, pins/needles, thread, sewing machine)
  • Legos
  • Keva building planks
  • Variety of recyclable materials for making and taking apart
  • Puzzles

Lesson Ideas

  • “What Do You Do With An Idea?” by Kobi Yamada (first lesson slides) (sewing/3D printing lesson slides)
  • Silent Films – can be used for a variety of lessons. These slides give background information about the app used to create the silent films. (lesson overview slides)
  • International Dot Day, September 15th, based on the book “The Dot” by Peter Reynolds (lesson slides) (Quiver app info link) (draw bot ideas list)
  • Intro to the Makerspace (lesson slides)

Project Ideas

  • Global Cardboard Challenge, held on October 1st (link to Caine’s Arcade, video) (link to Global Cardboard Challenge website)
  • Maker Faire website – info on where to find a Maker Faire and how to host your own Maker Faire


  • Project Ignite website – electronics, 3D design, and 3D printing projects you can teach now
  • Thingiverse website – 3D ideas and educational project lesson plans
  • TinkerCad website – create 3D digital design with online CAD
  • Instructables website – a place that lets you explore, document, and share your DIY creations. Offers online classes that help get you making
  • Makezine website – DIY projects and ideas for makers
  • Scratch website – a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations
  • HSTRY website – a free digital learning tool which promotes collaboration and engagement in the classroom, wonderful way to create journals
  • Makerspace Playbook, School Edition PDF – filled with information on the organization, tools, roles and much, much, more that you’ll need to get started and run a makerspace