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Amalgam Modelmaking Apr 19
The Goo Games ad set from 2012 was just the kind of project we love. It demanded creative ingenuity combined with technical and engineering challenges which involved our entire skill range. This meant the client could get everything made under one roof
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Stacy Peters Apr 18
Love seeing the creativity and teamwork of these kiddos during indoor recess!
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Nicole Davis Apr 8
My students and parents know me so well!
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Nicole Hovsepian Apr 18
Skee-ball, robots, lemonade stands? It’s amazing what you can create w/MakeDo. Thank you PTA!
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Amalgam Modelmaking Apr 10
Remember this ad from 2012? We cast the eggs used in the Goo Games commercial in soft animatable rubber (initially hollow), which could then be injected with real fondant goo and colour matched to the chocolate eggs. Chocs Away!
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Craft Lake City Apr 12
We are learning so much from local & national creatives at ! One highlight today is a recommendation from Utah-based illustrator Natalie Milan: creatives should develop grit and embrace rejection.
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Andrea Tsang Jackson Jan 15
Today I get to tell you that I wrote a BOOK! This spring, you can find 9 gemstone cuts in Patchwork Lab: Gemology, Turning Fabric into Facets. Published by the wonderful . I can't wait to show you more!
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MrsCrabb Mar 28
Check out some of the challenges my have completed. and have us leveling up as super star makers! Can you tell we are Semple Stars?! LOL
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Joe Preston Jan 25
Our new workshop is so much bigger it looks like we even have enough room for an onsite launderette!! The equipment in question, is actually two of our large vacuum chambers being fitted into their new home. Amalgam Modelmaking Ltd.
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Ms. Brancati Feb 28
When your students choose to work on their inquiry projects for “Green Zone Time” when they can pick any activity that puts them in the green zone to start their day
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Craft Lake City Feb 25
Talented local artisan, Danielle Susi-Dittmore, showed attendees how to embroider their own brooches tonight! Thank you for providing us with a spacious workspace!
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Amanda Boyer Feb 4
were challenged to build the we learned so far! They even figured out how to build the cylinder and cone! Nice building ! perseverance and STEM
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Ms. Brancati Mar 26
The Grade 2/3s love from a marble maze, to a beach that included seashells, to binoculars, a structure and a scene inspired by World Water day, such creativity! Their writing included great detail from their making!
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St. Peter & St. Paul Mar 28
Yesterday’s makerspace was a STEM challenge based on the classic story The Three Little Pigs. Students from K-7 had to create a structure that could withstand the mighty blow of the big bad wolf (a giant fan)!
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Tim Clement Dec 19
Deep in thought and hard at work with some terrific creativity and innovation in the MakerSpace. (Yes, I had a strong say in the design choice in the final image.)
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Ms. Brancati Feb 27
So proud of students as they work on Genius Hour projects and explore areas of interest. Amazing planning, writing, designing, building, creating, critical thinking and collaboration taking place.
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Lakewood Middle School Library Jan 16
Lakewood Library is sponsoring a Maker of the Month challenge each month! This month students are learning origami! Students are loving the challenge and learning to read directions carefully!
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Mrs.DeTommaso Dec 18
Creatively getting into the spirit during Third Grade Innovation Lab! 🖍✂️🎨 💚⁩ ⁦
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Stacey-Ann Wilson Dec 13
JunksionXClub is a specially designed Programme for kids from K-12. The Programme is designed for our maker space environment, the engagement is to make things using technology or make technology using things.
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Craft Lake City Dec 6
Tonight’s group had us in stitches! What a fun night of embroidery with Lindsey White of Urbann Nest! Thank you all for attending, thank you, Lindsey for teaching & thank you for providing such a pretty workspace!
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