Maker Camp provides a simple, enjoyable way for students to get involved in making. A worldwide network of affiliates host Maker Camps in public libraries, community groups, makerspaces, and maker homes. More than 1 million children have participated in Maker Camp since it launched in 2012. From the “way-out sound” of a Fruit Piano to potent little Seed Bombs, cool projects await students on Maker Camp’s website. Students simply pick a project and start making!
Click here for free projects and start making! – http://makercamp.com/projects