Follow Mrs. Whitley’s iLab board for creative projects to build in the iLab or at home!
Stop by the iLab to learn binary code and code your name into a bracelet!
Materials: Instructions packet, beads, string, clasps
Looking for new project ideas? Browse through this great resource, makeitatyourlibrary.org. Browse projects by tools, age level, category, time, tags, etc.
iLab challenge for the week of January 4, 2016: Build a tower!
Materials: 25 index cards, 12 inches of tape
Task: Build a 2 foot tall tower using 25 notecards and 12 inches of tape that is strong enough to support a small stuffed animal.
The grand opening of the RJHS Girls Library iLab will be in January of 2016. Mrs. Whitley, Ms. Schombs and Mrs. Haney have been busy ordering supplies, preparing the space and collecting donations in preparation for our first iLab innovators!
The iLab is a makerspace where students can design and create unique projects using electronics, crafts, recycled materials, and other odds and ends. This blog will be a place for students to share ideas and projects created in the iLab. The lovely library ladies will be contributing themed challenges and project suggestions to the blog, as well. Follow us for a taste of RJHS creativity!
We are still accepting donations! Please check your email or the Red & White for a more complete wish list of supplies for the iLab.