Rookie Makers

Rookie Makers introduces 3rd-6th grade students to the fundamentals of engineering as they work together on project-based STEM activities. Each project is unique, reflecting each child’s individuality and understanding. Assemblies can be accomplished using alternative paths based on building material selection and assembly decisions. Teams use real-world tools and materials to bring their creations to life. Throughout the project, they will continue experimenting with different building materials and tools, seeking innovative ways to construct functional components.

Learning is best when there are two.
Learning is best when there are two.
Zoo enclosures are unique and built to spec.
Zoo enclosures are unique and built to spec.
Kite building is easier with two.
Kite building is easier with two.
Kids can't wait to show what they built in their STEM Maker class.
Kids can’t wait to show what they built in their STEM Maker class.
Using tools and materials in new ways in STEM Maker class.
Using tools and materials in new ways in STEM Maker class.
STEM provides new perspectives to learning.
STEM provides new perspectives to learning.
Real-world tools on real-world projects.
Real-world tools on real-world projects.
Free to be creative.
Free to be creative. Your imagination sets your limits.
STEM offers opportunities to share what you know.
STEM offers opportunities to share what you know.

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