Every kid needs a space for creating. If you lack space at home, check out the article’s other options and let the creating begin!
Originally posted on Make::
Makerspaces are becoming more and more popular. If you are not familiar, a makerspace or hackerspace is a place for people to gather and make stuff. Each is pretty much unique, but they all share a sense of community and a joy for making things and sharing knowledge. However, even if you are lucky enough to live close to one, it may not be particularly kid-friendly. So, where should you take your young makers when they want a place to turn their ideas into reality with their own hands?
That’s an excellent question. So I did some research and here are five great places you can go with you kids to make things.
1: Home Improvement Centers
Two of the largest home improvement brands in the United States are Home Depot and Lowe’s. Home Depot offers a new free Kid Workshop on the first Saturday of every month. The projects…
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