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Learn to make the magnetic modified motors that go into DIY Battle Bots, and how to scale this activity for the classroom and for varying age groups.
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Create fun, strong molds of objects using packing tape that you can easily do at home.
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Ever wonder what it would be like to be transported inside your own drawing? In this activity, we will explore how you can use a $5 cardboard VR viewer, a smartphone, and your artistic skills to design a customized 360-degree virtual environment.
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In this activity, you’ll be harnessing the power of the force, learning a little bit about light and how to manipulate it, and creating paper circuits as you build your own handmade lightsaber.
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This amazing art project can easily be replicated with materials you likely already have at home, using these simple instructions.
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Designing your own notebook is an excellent, accessible activity that you can probably do with supplies you already have at home. Here is a quick tutorial to get you started with some simple bookbinding.
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Learn to sew a LIttle Buddy stuffed toy gift.
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Learn to create your own Linkages at home to make fun mechanical toys.
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Make your own zip line racer using simple materials, and experiment with different loads.
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Halloween is coming up and it's a great time to make some hot glue masks!
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Made from a few simple materials with easily sourced parts, this is a fun and relatively fast project that’s sure to make an impression and leave all your friends asking “Where can I get one?”
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Makers are everywhere, and makerspaces can be anywhere. Download our makerzines to get inspiration.
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If you made a Luminescent Night Light at our recent workshop and are interested in the programming that makes it run, we have put the Arduino code online. There are a ton of comments and …

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Design and make a custom enclosure for your Luminescent Nightlight.