Empower your students to learn to sew and make circuits at home with these electric sewing maker kits! This product includes 51 pages of materials to create 3 different Electric Sewing Maker Kits out of binders or mini binders for students to check out from your library or classroom. It’s a great way to connect home and school learning!
Cataloging and processing directions for school librarians and media specialists (with MARC records)
Links to purchase electric sewing circuit components and parts
All 3 Electric Sewing maker kits include:
♦ Front cover with materials included in the kit and a list of materials needed from home
♦ Help links and resources for students if or when they get stuck
♦ Back cover with information for students and/or parents to share project photos
The Bookmark Book Light maker kit also includes:
♦ Bookmark design template with images of e-sewing pieces printed at actual size for 3-volt coin cell battery holder and sewable LED lights.
♦ Basic instructions and resources for students who are new to electric sewing or just learning to sew
The Advanced Electric Sewing maker kit also includes:
♦ Design templates for 2 different costume masks, a school backpack or knapsack, and a shirt or top
♦ Simple instructions for designing a project and creating a circuit for electric sewing
♦ Actual-size paper patterns of e-sewing pieces including a 3-volt coin cell battery holder, sewable LED lights, and LilyTiny / LilyTwinkle microcontrollers (optional to include in kits)
The Project Finishing Electric Sewing maker kit also includes:
♦ Instructions and resources for finishing an electric sewing project that students have already designed and started working on during school
♦ Students will already have the craft supplies, e-sewing components, and design template from school.
♦ Actual-size paper patterns of e-sewing pieces to help troubleshoot problems, including a 3-volt coin cell battery holder, sewable LED lights, and LilyTiny / LilyTwinkle microcontrollers
Please DOWNLOAD THE PREVIEW to view images of all materials, links to the FREE MARC records for libraries, and instructions for putting together the kits.
If you aren’t familiar with the maker movement or makerspaces, I recommend downloading the preview and doing your own research on makerspaces and the Maker Faire. I’ve found the "Makerspace Playbook" by MAKE: magazine to be very helpful.
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