The City Neighbors Fab Lab is a place where students learn by making. Stocked full of cutting edge fabrication technology, the sky is the limit!
Operating as usual
Haven't posted in awhile, but I was so pleased with how this turned out. Our middle schoolers used alcohol ink to make these gorgeous backgrounds, and then we laser cut the silhouettes of our spirit animals (or Patronuses, for my fellow Harry Potter geeks).
A class of incredible 10th graders made these amazing portraits using a host of new skills: wood cutting on the table saw, photography, graphic design (Illustrator AND Photoshop), and the laser cutter. We used some watercolor paint to really make them pop.
We had a great time at Family Maker Night last night, making sock monsters. Some were scary, but most were adorable.
DIY Mother's Day Presents are the best!
Tell me this isn't the coolest chess board you've ever seen!
100% created by a talented bunch of CNHS seniors.
May the 4th be with you!
Hey Digital Harbor Foundation! What do you think of the shirt Herbert just made?
Check out this custom made box, made with our laser cutter.
This guy gets it!
(and he made the shirt himself)
I think these little guys are going to make someone very happy on Valentine's Day...
Our 5th graders are learning video editing from a professional videographer, using professional editing software!
Woodworking is starting to take off here in the Fab Lab. We're putting tools in the hands of students of all ages.
Laser cut earrings anyone?
Our brand new woodworking/design elective at City Neighbors Hamilton is off to a great start.
For our first project, we're learning about drafting and prototyping.
Our first graders are learning about electric circuits!
Ms. Kotkin, the awesome Atelier at City Neighbors Charter School, provided a wonderful experience for her Design Thinking students. They created small airplanes using household items like styrofoam plates and rubber bands.
When tasked with creating a project that uses the Periodic Table of Elements to spell a word, this young man got creative.
So, we'll let him off the hook for being a Broncos Fan!
Check out this future fashion designer. She embroidered her logo!
Today, we made rad solar-powered nightlights!
Look out guys, we're embroidering!
I'm very excited to be at the White House today for the South by South Lawn Festival. #SXSL
We had a great time at the first Family Maker Night of the year. We got busy making catapults.
Not to point any fingers (dads), but the catapults were getting a little crazy, by the end.
Stay tuned for our next Maker Night in November.
Over the summer, a group of elementary school students created an amazing Lemonade Stand in the Fab Lab.
We used fence posts to create it. Students cut, sanded, nailed, and decorated the stand.
We're going to start the new school year with an amazing new sign.
Many thanks Audrey Van de Castle for her tireless efforts to make this a reality. You can check out her work at audreyvandecastle.com.
As we prepared for summer break, an enterprising group of City Neighbors Charter School scholars spent part of their week in the Fab Lab creating catapults and trebuchets. It was a great time, and we learned a lot.
Have fun storming the castle!
So, I found this really cool project I want to do with some students. Does anybody have a collection of old action figures lying around the attic/basement?
Today we learned that the laser cutter is not just for making pretty designs...
This is so much fun! This is our new lathe, which we're going to use to create candlesticks, pens, and all kinds of beautiful things.
It was almost frightening how quickly these advanced students began to cannibalize this old computer...
We used our vinyl cutter to create a stencil to create the perfect ball for the upcoming City Neighbors Hamilton three point contest.
One of our seniors went above and beyond for a recent math project. When tasked with creating a cardboard cube that reflected various quadratic expressions, he used the laser cutter to create his.
We have a heat press! Stay tuned--one of our 10th grade pods is currently designing their own T-Shirts.
One of our amazing middle school students at CNCS is making a drone. We started out by 3D printing the body of the drone, and now we're onto soldering the electronics.
Our seniors are creating individualized nameplates. Aren't these amazing?
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