This week we’re highlighting a number of our favourite tools for maker-educators. We regularly receive questions from libraries and schools asking what tools they should buy and how best to use them. In this series of posts, we’ll be shining a spotlight on some of our favourite tools and looking at five great examples of […]Read more "Top Five MaKey MaKey projects"
With the help of our newest team member Safia, we’ll be running a series of Arabic translations of our most popular blog posts. This post was originally posted on March 2nd, 2015. سهولة باقتنائها (الجزء الأول) Posted on March 2, 2015 by Ryan Alexander Hunt نشر في 25 مارس 2015 ل ريان الكسندر هانت On […]Read more "Affordable and Accessible Maker Learning Resources for Parents (Arabic Translation)"
We talk with a lot of parents in our community who want their children to engage with the maker movement, but can’t afford expensive classes and equipment. Learning like a maker doesn’t have to be expensive, in fact, many makers pride themselves on self-learning and building things as cheaply as possible. In this post we’re […]Read more "Affordable and Accessible Maker Learning Resources for Parents (Part 2)"
We’re excited to announce a new on-going feature for our blog – a how-to guide to building a Minecraft arcade cabinet. We’ll be documenting the entire process from beginning to end, warts and all. Since we’re big believers in learning from failure here at the MakerBus, we’ll be documenting every success, every failure, and every […]Read more "How-to make a Minecraft Arcade Cabinet (Part I)"
This summer as part of the TD Summer Reading Program, the MakerBus will be visiting nearly every library in London offering 90 minute pop-up maker activities. In this post you’ll find more information about these activities. Here is a schedule of our upcoming visits: Children’s: July 28, 2:30 p.m. Crouch: July 29, 2:30 p.m. Beacock: […]Read more "Summer Library Roadtrip Mega Post"