MakerED Resources For School Makerspaces – 2nd Edition

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This latest edition is a collection of over 250+ resources to help you start and run your makerspace and maker education program.


Whats in the book?

3D Modeling Software
3D Printable Models
3D Printing Materials/Filament
3D Printing News
3D Printers
Makerspace Project Sites
Maker Education
STEM/STEAM Education
Maker Educators
Maker Equipment & Tools – CNC Routers/ Laser Cutters
Makerspace  Materials
Makerspace Material Suppliers
Coding & Computer Science
Maker Business
Expos, Events & Conferences – Maker / EdTech
Research & Articles – Maker Movement / EdTech

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Giveaway Details

Enter to win (1) Circuit Sticker Starter Kit from Chibitronics

Starter Kit includes: Circuit Sticker Sketchbook, LED Circuit Stickers, Copper Tape and Coin Cell Batteries

There will be (10) winners total chosen at random from the list of entries on 9/1/16

Contest will run from 8/8/16 to 8/31/16 at 11:59 pm ET

Winners will be notified via email at the conclusion of the contest

Learn more about Chibitronics and Circuit Stickers at


What Can You Make w/ Circuit Stickers?

Chibitronics also has a lot of great lesson plans, project templates and ideas at


What are Circuit Stickers?

Circuit Stickers are LEDs and sensors that allow you to learn about circuits and electronics in a non-traditional way.   These stickers can be used with copper tape, conductive ink or anything that conducts electricity.  They are great for schools, libraries, makerspaces and at home.


Lesson Plan Contest

chibitronics circuit stickers makerspace

Chibitronics is also running another contest this month you might be interested in checking out.   Submit a lesson plan that features circuit stickers and you could win a Chibitronics gift certificate.  Learn more at :

First Prize: $500

Second Prize: $250

Third Prize $100

Andrew Miller

I'm a maker, a father to a young maker and the Founder/CEO of which was built to help schools and libraries start and run their own makerspaces. I come from a long line of teachers and I truly believe adding a makerspace to a school or library can help students succeed in the 21st century.