Hands down Feynman School had the greatest representation at the Maker Faire yesterday!
Parents and children alike got to tinker with 3D printing; simple circuitry; and robotics. We learned about nano-farming, maker wear – clothing that can actually sense how your body is functioning, as well as violin music that the hard of hearing can feel through sensors worn on top of clothing. In addition, some students experienced a space walk through virtual reality glasses sponsored by NASA! We visited with our friend, Rebecca Klemm, better known as the “Numbers Lady.” She recently received a patent for her challenging polygon puzzles and will be visiting Feynman School this October to have students of all ages (and teachers too) give them a try.
All in all a fantastic STEM-filled day of fun!