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Fourth grade students and their families enjoyed a night of creativity and fun at our first “Family Makerspace Night” on April 4. Directed by fourth grade teacher, Leah Morisi, the workshop allowed families to experiment and design together with 3D pens. The 3D pen is a relatively new invention that uses technologies similar to 3D printing, but which is fabricated as a hand-held creative tool.
“Students had previously worked with 3D pens in the makerspace,” Ms. Morisi explains. “They were able to help teach their parents and younger siblings how to use them, which made things really fun.”
All of the materials for the event were provided, the only thing families needed to bring were their imaginations!