A giant “airworm” ran through the New York Hall of Science exhibits last Friday as part of our End-of-Summer Maker Corps celebration!
This was a completely impromptu project that we were inspired to make after exploring the odds and ends in our office. With a simple box fan and a roll of painter’s plastic, you can make an airworm at home and wear this smile on your face:
The Maker Space is a learning environment where children, teens, adults and families can tinker, design, and create together.
In our workshops we use real tools to make real things and re-use everyday materials in exciting ways. From woodworking and plaster casting to electronics and 3D printing, we encourage experimentation, open-ended exploration, and believe that making mistakes is a great way to learn.
Our workshops are hands on and can get messy, so when you come to a class, don't wear your favorite shirt!
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