This is a story of simple addition and multiplication, and thankful hearts. I have mentioned before that I have a friend who works for a local manufacturer. Recently, after meeting with their warehouse supervisor sharing my story, he has basically opened the door for me to have access to pallet wood, of varying origin, age,… Continue reading
The TK students kept bringing an interest they had to my attention. It came in different ways. I had suggestions, “My mom likes when I make cards.” There were questions like, “What craft are we doing next?” and “Can we use the markers again?” I had an “aha” moment when I realized I could set… Continue reading
I recently had a pallet of clean blue pine lumber donated to me. I thought it would be nice to make something to use in the classroom and that this wood would be perfect because it has good natural color, is sturdy and light. I got to thinking about what I could make that would… Continue reading
I am sharing my cool gift box from Maker Ed and Digital Promise on this video. I received it as the monthly recipient of their Maker Promise promotion. Thank you Maker Ed! Now it’s time to get to making!
With the start of a new school year upon us, I want to share with you a commitment I’ve made to bring maker education to students. The Maker Promise is a campaign to equip more schools with the resources and support they need to provide quality maker learning experiences for their students. As part of… Continue reading