Some say making is a form a therapy. You can explore your ideas and take something that you imagined and actually create it. Some parents who have brought their kids to our makerspace have told us maker activities have helped their children become more confident, develop social skills, become more accountable, more well-behaved, learn new skills, spark new interests, and some have even used it as a form of therapy.
Are you the parent of a maker kid or a child who loves tinkering, 3D printing, woodworking, robotics, electronics and more?
How has making helped your child?
Share your story in the comments!