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Hi, makers! TAB publishes DIY technology books that combine fun and education with hands-on, learn-by-doing projects. An imprint of McGraw-Hill Education.
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Sandy Roberts Jan 13
Playing with the . Got the idea to create a sound effect board for so that even if I have no access to The Great Outdoors we can still pretend. All sound files are public domain from our . Definitely going in the book!
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Sandy Roberts Jan 12
Smack a S'more with and for the "Big Book of Maker Camp Projects". So much love to my girl Gwen for helping with this project!
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Makerspaces.com Jan 10
We're giving away (2) copies of the new book "The Crafty Kid's Guide to DIY Electronics by and . Enter to win at
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Colleen Graves Jan 9
Using the secret code extension in Scratch 3.0 for creating palindrome gameplay! (Think style!)
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Helen Leigh⚡️ Jan 8
I'm loving seeing all the photos of little people making things from my book or with the kits over the holidays <3 So heartwarming ✨🔨⚡️
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Amped Atelier Jan 8
A quick 3D printing and wearable electronics project with the fam. Teaching the kids to use , 3D printing on fabric, electronics, and learning to use a sewing machine. Learn how to 3D print on fabric in chapter 3 of Make It, Wear It.
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Colleen Graves Jan 6
My 9 YO decided to make the doorbell project from ‘s Crafty Kids book! She designed a battery pouch (I helped her wire it) based on how you get crayons at a restaurant. Adding the LED helped her understand the circuit!
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Amped Atelier Jan 7
Join us at the this Friday at noon! Come see our tech couture fashion dresses and learn how you can get started adding electronics to your own fashion.
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TAB / McGraw-Hill Jan 6
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