Easy to follow three-dimensional makerspace projects, including 3D printing, for library, classroom and home.
Jumping, spinning, twisting, turning, racing—the power is in your hands. Make bots that jump and spin, build a rubber band racer and a bottle boat, power a boat and a car with air. Make machines that move!
Easy to follow video and photography production makerspace projects using free and inexpensive software for library, classroom and home.
Make your own electronic devices. Turn on a light with pencil lead, run a clock with potatoes, experiment with play dough power, make touchscreen gloves, and transform a shoe box into a lamp. Who knew circuits could be so much fun?
Easy to follow winter holiday gift craft instructions for makerspaces, home activities, and classrooms.
Easy to follow birthday gift craft instructions for makerspaces, home activities, and classrooms.
The Raspberry Pi is a small computer that allows almost anyone to learn about computer programming. Readers will discover new processes, integrate visual information with text, and and learn technical word meanings as they find out how the Raspberry Pi was invented and how makers are using it today. They will also learn how to set up and begin programming their own Raspberry Pis.