I took this opportunity to make a device that many of us had seen before in our maker circles, The Big Face Box! This project is the perfect mix of cardboard, circuits and lenses. It is a great example of how Maker Ed and project-based learning can be successfully incorporated in the classroom and tied to curriculum. For this project you will need: – 1 file box – Ruler and pencil for measuring where to cut – Canary cardboard cutter (https://www.canary-usa.com/) – Duct tape – 1 extra large full page magnifier sheet (at least 8.5×11) – I got mine at the drugstore – Microbit – Adafruit NeoPixel LED Strip w/ Alligator Clips https://www.adafruit.com/product/3812 – 30 neopixel strip with alligator clips (1 metre long) Thank you for watching, if you enjoyed, be sure to like and subscribe for all things Brilliant! Where else can you find us? https://www.brilliantlabs.ca/ https://twitter.com/brilliant_labs https://www.instagram.com/brilliant.l… https://www.facebook.com/brilliantlab… What is Brilliant Labs? You may have heard about Brilliant Labs, but do you really know what it is and why it’s important to the future? It’s more than tech… It’s a movement that is inspiring youth to be problem solvers through hands-on learning. — #bigfacebox #brilliantlabs
In this video, join Nellie as she helps young Anakin construct R2D2 from household items and trains him to cross the harsh lands of Tatooine. The force is strong in these two.
Star Wars ships are made with ferroceramic and laminasteel, you won’t need those here. Magnets, quarter, TP roll tube, cardboard, popsicle sticks, paint, paint brushes, binder clips, masking tape, scissors, pencil, glue, egg carton.
Dans cette vidéo, rejoignez Nellie alors qu’elle aide le jeune Anakin à construire R2D2 à partir d’objets ménagers et l’entraîne à traverser les rudes terres de Tatooine. La force est forte dans ces deux-là.
Les vaisseaux de Star Wars sont fabriqués en ferro-céramique et en métal stratifié, vous n’en aurez pas besoin ici. Aimants, monnaie, rouleau vide, carton, bâtons de bois, peinture, pinceaux, pinces, adhésif, ciseaux, crayon, colle, boîte à œufs.
Join Kate as she learns how to plant a tree. Where can she get a tree? How will she find the best location to plant her tree? What steps will she take in planting her tree?
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Joignez-vous à Kate pendant qu’elle apprend à planter un arbre. Où peut-elle trouver un arbre? Comment trouvera-t-elle le meilleur endroit pour planter son arbre? Quelles sont les étapes à suivre pour planter son arbre?
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The MakeyMakey will quickly become a favourite with your students. Once this simple device is connected to a computer, students are instantly on their way to becoming inventors. Without the need of a driver or additional software, the makeymakey provides a tactile interface between a computer program and any conductive materials. Your students will be demanding you bring in fruits, vegetables, tin-foil pie plates, and even pots of flowers. Ever wonder if an eggplant makes a better drum than an orange? With the makeymakey, your students will be testing the conductive properties of just about anything they can get their conductive hands on. Jay and Eric, the creators of the MakeyMakey have put together some incredible resources found at www.makeymakey.com. Browse through the hundreds of projects found in the gallery to inspire your students’ next creation. Extra credit goes to the teacher who integrates the makeymakey into Grade 6 Science, or even Physics 11. Thank you for watching, if you enjoyed, be sure to like and subscribe for all things Brilliant! Where else can you find us? https://www.brilliantlabs.ca/ https://twitter.com/brilliant_labs https://www.instagram.com/brilliant.l… https://www.facebook.com/brilliantlab… What is Brilliant Labs? You may have heard about Brilliant Labs, but do you really know what it is and why it’s important to the future? It’s more than tech… It’s a movement that is inspiring youth to be problem solvers through hands-on learning. — #makeymakey #brilliantlabs
This video shows some examples of how to create a skyline pop up card. You can choose a few buildings in your neighbourhood, town or city to be a part of your pop up card.
Cette vidéo montre quelques exemples de création d’une carte pop-up d’horizon. Vous pouvez choisir quelques bâtiments de votre quartier, de votre ville ou de votre communauté pour faire partie de votre carte.
Get ready to create your stop motion story using Google: Stop Motion Animator, Stop Motion Studio App or Google Slides. These are free programs that are easy to use and will make your objects or characters come to life! Have fun and be sure to share your new stop motion story with us! #MakerFun
In this video join Kate Bard and learn how to create recycled material greenhouses to grow food scraps and seeds into a garden that will feed you all summer long.
Dans cette vidéo, rejoignez Kate Bard et apprenez comment créer des serres en matériaux recyclés pour faire pousser des restes de nourriture et des graines dans un jardin qui vous nourrira tout l’été.