Teacher resources save time and empower
students to think for themselves.
We’ve developed innovative tools and resources to make it easy for you to guide your students through the art of inventing, making and storytelling. With each student, you will find yourself enthusiastically engaged in meaningful, motivated and creative learning.
In existing school makerspaces, these charts break down complex concepts like 3D Printing, Vinyl Cutting, Laser Cutting and Prototyping with specific materials into simple terms students and teachers can comprehend. They are made to hang in your classroom and can be used as an easy reference point while teachers are implementing our curriculum or using technology already available.
We’ve designed a series of posters that aren’t always what they appear. Each poster shows people, businesses and more in their early years then when you lift the flap it reveals what they became. This series is meant to demonstrate to our youth that they can achieve their goals in life, regardless of where they came from or started.
These tactile activities allow students to see, touch and learn by doing, which completely alters engagement within the classroom.
We have numerous unique and affordable products available that help create a transformative classroom environment. We specialize in designing products that give children an active and sensory-driven classroom experience.
These are cardboard 2D materials that are pre-cut using a laser cutter. While assembling students watch the material transform from a 2D flat object to a 3D functional object like a pencil holder, clock or locker mirror. When teaching the concepts in engineering, design and more, these kits are inexpensive and become a visual reminder of course concepts either in the classroom, in student lockers or at home.
MakerBoxes®Students get an indepth, step-by-step look at the manufacturing of four different materials, so teachers don’t have to become the expert in all these areas. Each is accompanied with interactive QR codes that link to videos, so students can watch each metal, fabric, wood and plastic manufacturing process unfold before their eyes. Many academic areas of study can use these including English teachers conducting a writing assignment to help students focus on career exploration. They can watch, listen, write and then present on the careers associated with these four different manufacturing materials to help prepare for future career decisions. View / Buy Now
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All the tools you need to build career-ready and life-ready skills! Let us provide you with the tools and inspiration for your classroom. These products are used by us on a daily basis to invent products that have been used by millions worldwide. These teacher resources are designed to help innovate the environment in any classroom or makerspace. Our resources come in three basic groups (Inventing, Making and Storytelling) that flow with the Inventionland Innovation Course.