Your Recycled MakerSpace Materials are Rolling in...Thank You!
The MakerSpace Carts at Chipeta are quickly becoming student's favorite mode of demonstrating mastery of a concept. The MakerSpace Carts are being used in nearly every grade level, and as part of nearly every subject. We currently stock the MakerSpace carts with a huge variety of recycled materials that students then reimagine into fantastic creations. We visit a recycling store in Denver called RAFT once a quarter to replenish our stocks, but we could also use your help with this endeavor. If you have any of the following items that you would like to donate to the MakerSpace Carts, please bring them by the library. Please do make sure items such as bottles are clean and dry. Any questions, contact Kristie Cichello, email@example.com.
- plastic grocery bags
- pipe cleaners
- glue sticks
- colored electric tape
- styrofoam balls
- popsicle sticks
- old game pieces (like Monopoly houses, etc.)
- spools of wire
- egg cartons
- Capri Sun/KoolAid juice pouch BOXES (not the actual pouches)
- plastic bottles
- googly eyes
- cardboard tubes
These are just a few ideas. if you're getting rid of something, especially craft items, and you think we could use it, send me an email and I'll let you know!!
OUR "MAKERS" THANK YOU!
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