Our fourth graders came to our new makerspace during their lunch recess to continue to design in Makers Empire. The two challenges of a bubble wand or keychain will be printed to create sellable items that all proceeds will be donated to the American Family Children's Hospital.
Today designers finished the last touches on their 3D printed decoration. Adding just the right amount of paint and glitter for tomorrow's Economic Bazaar sale. Thank you to Alyssa, Maddie, Jolette, Anna, Hailey, Samantha, Claire, Jadon, Mason, Jeush, and Elliot for creating something to sell to benefit the American Family Children's Hospital.
Makers Empire has rolled out a whole new interface with different types of challenges and tutorials that I can't wait to share with our students and teachers. I've been waiting all summer to share the new design and see how students respond.
While looking at tweets, I ran across an idea that inspired me. It was a post about 3D printing and using tulle to create jewelry. It started to make me think about designing bracelets integrating 3D printing and ribbon.