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Snow Day, Pi Day!
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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!

Quick Light Up Jack-o-Lantern
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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!

Maker Faire 2016
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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:

Color Changing Screen Printing
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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…

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