With my planning done, I turned my attention to “building out” the makerspace. My original plan called for a long woodworking bench against a pair of bay windows with two tool cabinets and four mobile workstations with integrated tool storage. I thought the makerspace would look something like this:
As the new school came closer and closer to completion, I realized my room would begin to more like this:
Keep with me after the jump, as I show of my workspace and even provide plans on how to build a Long Bench and Mobile Workstation for your own makerspace.
When I’m not being a father or husband or woodworking, motorcycling, teaching, or any host of other things, I’ve been known to engage in miniature wargaming. For those not in the know, think green army men on steroids. Or Dungeons and Dragons on the battlefield. Or…
Anyways, I have two students which need to learn fractions and probability at the fifth/six/seventh grade level. My hook: Probability Dungeon Crawl. With miniatures.