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  • Brassfield Elementary School
  • Raleigh, NC

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Creating something using the makerspace materials is a daily occurrence in my classroom, either as a literacy center, as an option for responding to text, or as a whole class project. Unfortunately, our makerspace is rather small at this time and mostly made up of consumable materials and math manipulatives. By adding items such as the LEGOS, Magnetic Blocks, Brain Flakes, Wooden Building Blocks, and SmartMax Start XL, my students will be able to create more projects, save projects and follow them through to completion, and have more options on how to complete a project. The inspiration for my students' makerspace projects will come from the literature they have available. The books in this project will also allow us to begin a library that will inspire students with the stories of famous inventions, inventors, mathematicians, scientists, and many more. The Storyworks magazines will give us a variety of texts to inspire creativity. The poems could inspire students to use the materials to create what they "see" when they read it. The fiction stories could inspire students to use the materials to create the setting and characters then retell, expand, or change the story. The nonfiction stories can give us real-world problems for students to research and be inspired to create a solution. The possibilities are endless with what my creative students can do when given choices, inspiration, and materials.

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Creating something using the makerspace materials is a daily occurrence in my classroom, either as a literacy center, as an option for responding to text, or as a whole class project. Unfortunately, our makerspace is rather small at this time and mostly made up of consumable materials and math manipulatives. By adding items such as the LEGOS, Magnetic Blocks, Brain Flakes, Wooden Building Blocks, and SmartMax Start XL, my students will be able to create more projects, save projects and follow them through to completion, and have more options on how to complete a project. The inspiration for my students' makerspace projects will come from the literature they have available. The books in this project will also allow us to begin a library that will inspire students with the stories of famous inventions, inventors, mathematicians, scientists, and many more. The Storyworks magazines will give us a variety of texts to inspire creativity. The poems could inspire students to use the materials to create what they "see" when they read it. The fiction stories could inspire students to use the materials to create the setting and characters then retell, expand, or change the story. The nonfiction stories can give us real-world problems for students to research and be inspired to create a solution. The possibilities are endless with what my creative students can do when given choices, inspiration, and materials.

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