RVES Media Center
Makerspace Donations Needed!
What is a makerspace? In simple terms, it is an area that allows students to engage in hands-on learning experiences that are creative, inventive and make real-life connections. In this space, students will have the freedom to design, engineer, fabricate, create, build and collaborate. I am so excited to offer this opportunity to our students, but in order to have a space that is functional; we are in need of supplies to support the project. Following is a list of needed items. Monetary donations will also be accepted and much appreciated. Please feel free to contact me at email@example.com or 423-788-7340 with any questions.
- Fabric and or fabric/paint or markers
- All kinds of glue and glue guns
- Large Wooden craft sticks
- Nails, screws, bolts, etc.
- Hammers, screwdrivers, pliers, wire strippers
- New Batteries (all sizes)
- Duct Tape, electrical tape, masking tape, painters tape
- Wires, pipe cleaners/chenille sticks, wikki stix
- Circuitry kits (can be purchased online)
- Packaging materials such as bubble wrap
- Playing cards (used for building)
- Storage containers: plastic tubs (various sizes)
- Dominos, marbles
- Plastic Bags: Gallon size, quart size, sandwich size
- Ribbon, yarn, string, cotton balls
- Cleaning supplies (limited to paper towels, sponges, soap, Clorox wipes, etc.)
- Office Supplies: markers, scissors, glue, tape, construction paper, pencils, rulers, post-it notes
- Legos, K’nex, Lincoln logs, science kits, broken toys, small action figures, animal figurines.
- Household items: Styrofoam cups/plates, foil, wax paper, coffee filters, toothpicks, straws, cereal/soda boxes, plastic solo style cups, plastic spoons, forks, knives.
- Cardboard (boxes should be flattened for easy transport/storage)
- Paper towel tubes, popsicle sticks, paint stir sticks, buttons, origami paper, construction paper, cardstock
- Any Green items: gloves, straws, string, yarn, cups, (we will use these for green screen)
All items need to be safe, clean and appropriate for elementary/middle school aged students. Items such as hand tools, etc. will only be used with adult supervision.
-Lori Nash, Media Specialist