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A Mini Maker Space

Got a pint-sized Maker just bursting with new projects for the New Year? Christian Tsu-Raun at Scholastic Parents has some great ideas for creating the perfect at-home Maker Space for kids. With advice on tool and supply storage, work surfaces, and project management, Tsu-Raun offers tips for parents to design with their child to create a workbench that is customized to the needs of their mini Maker. As he explains, “For kid makers, having a dedicated space to work on projects can be pretty wonderful, and it just might help them create more than they ever imagined.”

Sandra Roberts

Sandra Roberts is the Director of the Kaleidoscope Learning Center in Blairstown, N.J. http://www.klcnj.com/


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  1. […] Christian Tsu-Raun at Scholastic gives a thorough how-to on creating an at home mini maker space for your young engineer, via make: […]

  2. cknich5 says:

    Reblogged this on NoCo Mini Maker Faire.

  3. Nice article. Thanks for posting!

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