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Mario the Maker Magician
Mario "the Maker Magician" Marchese is a New York based, touring family performer known for his DIY robotic creations, upcycled props, and new school slapstick character.
Imagine a TV show in which you can interact directly with the host… Imagine a classroom you can join from anywhere in the world… We’ve created a live webinar studio that captures the essence of what it means to learn in a classroom.
We want all learners to feel inspired and be creative. We teach kids to understand science deeply and intuitively. Our students learn by building, touching, playing, and making.
The teaching and learning of invention literacy is often locked behind many pre-requisite skills and expensive STEM toys. Scrappy Circuits breaks down these barriers to learning to invent through using a modular system of bricks build by the learner and sourced for commonly found objects
Kathy Ceceri is an award-winning writer, instructional designer, and Maker, with a focus on science, technology, history, and art.
Wonderful Idea Co.
Ryan Jenkins is the co-founder and director of Wonderful Idea Co, a creative studio that explores art, science & technology through making and tinkering. He also works closely with Tinkering School to design camps/classes and he helps prototype hands-on workshops with the Cabaret Mechanical Theater
Miga Made. Makers our of Orlando bringing imagination to reality.
We are kids who love Science, Open Source, art, spread, experiment and create new things. We are a community, Makerspace and YouTube channel called "Moon Makers".
Our mission is to make the learning of STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths fun and accessible for children. We do this so that they are able to harness the power of STEM to solve problems that matter to them, and to express themselves creatively.
Dr. Sparks is the storytelling alter ego of Karl J. P. Smith. Karl has a PhD in Biophysics from the University of Rochester, and previously worked as a software developer for Amazon, making the Alexa voice assistant smarter.
Make Fashion Edu
MakeFashion Edu is an international non-profit working to promote learning through fashion and tech.
MOREbot was built for you. Makers, innovators, rule-breakers, and think-outside-the-box-ers. Easily build structures, bring them to life life with electronics and prototype solutions to real-world problems. With MOREbot, no idea is off-limits.
MakeCode Learn more about the features of the Microsoft MakeCode product, and better understand how it can be used to teach every student computer science in a fun, engaging way
The Buzz is a hybrid STEM journey born of Saturday morning cartoons and Science Camp.
Paper airplanes made easy. The Paper Airplane Guy travels the world at the invitation of businesses, museums and schools that want to see the best in folded flight demonstrated live.
Stupid Robot Fighting League
Stupid Robot Fighting League is a crazy sport invented in a small rural town called Te Puke, in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. It was inspired by a child’s instinct to poke a dead thing with a stick.
Kids Learning Tube
Kids Learning Tube began in 2015 as a YouTube channel with a mission to educate kids of all ages with original music and animation. In less than 3 years, Kids Learning Tube published over 320 sing-a-long videos covering a vast array of educational subject matter including the solar system, geography
I.make@home & Magellan International School
i.make@home Activities for Families to Make and Do at Home
League of Young Inventors
The League of Young Inventors is a growing nonprofit start-up with a mission to make interdisciplinary hands-on science learning accessible to a wide range of kids, both inside and outside of school.
TechnoChic is on a mission to invite crafters into the awesome world of DIY tech.
Join Ryan Bell to learn how to make a Kaleidocycle, a kinetic paper sculpture that you can flex and rotate to show new drawings, patterns or stories.
Science Toy Maker
Science Toy Maker was joined by Rachel Garrett and Make: Magazine's executive editor Mike Senese to build the 3 wing boomerang.
Nathaniel joined us on Maker Camp Live to teach us some simple and fun magic tricks you are able to perform with everyday objects you can find from around the house!
Navajo Technical University
Shawna Begay from Navajo Technical University in Crownpoint, New Mexico joins Maker Camp Live to make seed balls!
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Brown Dog Gadgets
At Brown Dog Gadgets, we've created kits and projects for creators of all ages and budgets. Follow our step-by-step project directions and learn more with our classroom resources or find individual parts to dream up your own creations.
The mission of Maker Ed is to harness the potential of making to transform teaching and learning.
The Exploratorium Tinkering Studio
The Exploratorium Tinkering Studio Experiments with science, art, technology, and delightful ideas.
E-Blox is an emerging leader in educational electronic toys and products that engage children to Learn by Building. Toys that are tons of fun that kids build themselves while building their knowledge in the sciences and arts.
The STEM Invention kit provides aspiring inventors with exciting and open-ended challenges that foster critical thinking, creative problem solving, and a whole lot of fun! There are no right or wrong solutions, just invent, test, reflect, and redesign to your heart's content.