Students across elementary school have enjoyed a week dedicated to crafting and tinkering.
Since our beloved School Maker Faire had to be canceled this year, teachers in elementary school decided to dedicate a week to making instead. They called this initiative a 'Virtual Maker Faire'.
Students created projects at home based on an instructional guidebook produced by staff in the ASW Design Center. They used Flipgrid to coordinate the projects and requested that students post a video of something they had made.
Each day students could make a new product including a paper airplane, a marble run, a pen holder, a seed starting tray, and a woven rug.