Makerspace A Happenin' Place at Budd!

Students at Budd School enjoy their time spent in the library's new Makerspace.  District Library/Media Specialist Mrs. Julie Seboe serves as the supervisor of this learning lab which was funded by a grant from the Hugo and Mable Young Foundation.

"Makerspace is a place where students gather to create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials," said Mrs. Seboe. "The students use tools such as K'nex, Legos, Littlebits, Robots, duct tape and laptops. When working with robots, the students create a code in an iPad app in order to have the robots complete tasks around the library," she explained.

Pictured is a Dash robot being controlled by an iPad.   These students discuss the best way to maneuver their Sphero robot.
This student enjoys working with K'nex, an American made construction building set. Here he displays a surfer and surfboard he created.