Lower Elementary Exploration

Before more structured lessons and projects begin, students from the Lower Elementary classroom had a chance to explore everything the MakerSpace has to offer.

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Partners worked to build the most elaborate MagnaTile structure using all of the pieces.

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Newton’s Gravity Game requires players to get five balls of the same color into a row, but the balls are constantly moving so you have to stay vigilant!

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Four students worked together to build a tall marble run.

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Laser Maze challenges give students an end point, but they have to figure out how to place all the mirrors and beam splitters in order to light up the goal and complete the challenge.

It was interesting to see what activities the students naturally gravitated towards, and how they used their knowledge to take on new tasks. We are looking forward to seeing how they apply this balance of wisdom and imagination to upcoming projects!

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