You may have heard that NJ and surrounding got a bit of snow recently. Since I’m a make lemonade kind of gal, I knew this meant we had an opportunity! Time to play with snow Mythbusters style.
Kaleidoscope Director, Sandy Roberts, is also the Makerspace Coordinator for the Warren County Library system. Through the library, she offers coding, 3D printing, electronics, robotics, and engineering activities to all four branches.
The Children Museum is volunteer-run and offers programs on select weekends at The PeopleCare Center in Bridgewater, NJ. Come and join us for interactive activities most typically suitable for children ages 3 to 9. Suggested donation: $3 per child.
Kaleidoscope Enrichment is proud to offer afterschool programs through the Blairstown Recreation Department at Blairstown Elementary School.
Looking for more fun, educational posts? Follow my Makerspace @ Warren County Library Blog on SeeSaw where I share what I’m doing at the Southwest Branch of the Warren County Library. It’s a combination of projects, presentation notes and posts by makers and patrons. It’s just getting started, but there are already introductions to 3D…
Get out of the school or library! Bring making to the masses by finding untraditional places to introduce kids and adults to the Maker Mindset. I’ve been bringing maker activities to Farmer’s Market, the local community pool and anywhere else I can for years. You can too.
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