Makerspace offers place for creative activities in its first year

Makerspace offers place for creative activities in its first year

COLONIAL LIBRARY โ€” The Makerspace is having its first birthday.

“We started the Makerspace so kids can have an area to be creative,” said Mrs. Tonya Wilson, the principal. “I think it’s important for kids to use their minds.”

Some students said they enjoy working on projects there.

“I think it’s fun, and it has a lot of creativity,” said Sahteen Grabel (2D).

“I made an American flag out of popsicle sticks,” said Sophie Frankel (2K).

“I don’t have a favorite item,” said Taylor Danzis (4G).