Announcing the Makers’ Corner. Is your middle schooler a creative engineer? Analytic artist? Comedic cinematographer? Above all, do they love to MAKE things and learn new ways to build, program, and design the world around them? They are all invited to come join a community of makers at the Makers’ Corner!
A brand new branch of programming presented by the established Underwood After School Program, the Makers’ Corner makerspace, will enable access to a wide variety of sophisticated STEAM skills and materials in a free-flow, high-choice environment. With flexible scheduling options, students can enroll for one to five days a week, for full or half afternoons, and even club-only options for limited 6- to 8-week runs.
Skills and activities offered in the Makers’ Corner will include 3-D design and printing, stop-motion animation, sewing by hand and machine, electronics and robotics, engineering and construction challenges, Scratch computer programming, a variety of arts programming including printmaking, painting, kinetic sculpture, and much more. The Makers’ Corner environment will allow participants to join a pre-planned activity or learn a new skill each day, or work at their own pace on their own projects, either individually or collaboratively with peers. For students attending the full afternoon, time and resources will also be available for homework completion and physical recreation.
For more information, email Kate Finnan at email@example.com, or call 617-244-1810. To register, visit www.underwoodafterschool.org, and scroll down to click, “Click here to apply today!”
Check out the flyer: Maker’s Corner