If your kids are anything like mine, they love making amazing snowmen on wintery days — especially if they have off from school! Since NJ is presently in the middle of blizzard, and it happens to be Pi Day, I thought I’d put forth an epic idea: The Pi Day Snowman!
We kicked off Maker Mondays at the Catherine Dickson Hofman branch of the Warren County Library in Blairstown yesterday. I wanted a fun, Halloween themed craft for the kids that taught a bit of electronics. So I came up with this easy project!
Another Maker Faire has come and gone. As always it was an inspiring event, full of creativity and excitement. On Saturday morning, while having an early cup of coffee, I posted a bit about the Maker Community on Facebook. This is what I wrote:
For Maker Camp we always have a ton of fun creating our camp t-shirts. This year to put a twist on things, I decided to do my tribute to the totally rad ’80s by using color-changing inks for heat and light reactive tees. We also did some fun glow-in-the-dark projects, because everything glow-in-the-dark is fun! The project was so…