Makerspace

Makerspace News
Makerspace News

A true makerspace is defined not by what's in it but rather by what comes out of it: projects, experiences, artifacts, and learning. “ At Glenwood we are looking to have a makerspace that opens opportunities for children to design, create and explore. We are looking for donations of materials we can use in our makerspace. Anything Rutland families are no longer using will be gladly accepted, such as the following: Lincoln Logs, Legos, bristle blocks, marbles, building blocks, K’nex, Tinker Toys, erector sets, clay, playdough, beads, and dominoes, as well as board games, masking and duct tape, toilet paper and paper towel rolls, craft supplies, etc. We appreciate these and other materials that are in a clean and usable condition. 

We are also looking for donations of sewing materials, broken radios, keyboards, anything that can be taken apart. A true makerspace gives students the opportunity to experience not only how to put things together, but also how to take them apart.

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