“The Maker Movement” overlaps with the natural inclination of children to learn by doing. The best definition of a “maker” is someone who turns an idea into an object. Your child may want to be a creative maker, such as an inventor or artist. They can have a practical goal, like fixing their bike. They can be a maker as a hobby, such as by sewing, woodworking, or doing other crafts.
Our maker activities encourage hands-on learning that promote creativity, invention, inquiry, a community of sharing ideas, as well as the idea that each child can create what they want to see or use to solve a problem or need. Exciting new products to proven winners. It’s all here.