This week we learned about what kinds of supplies are needed in a maker space classroom. We read about ways we can fund for supplies. I liked that Amy said that we don’t need expensive tools and supplies to have a successful maker space. A lot of what we can use we already have. For instance, in my classroom I have a lot of construction paper, fabric, popsicle sticks, pipe cleaners, iPads, etc. It would be nice to have the latest technology, like 3D printers. I would begin by fundraising for my class, and having students write letters to corporations asking for donations. There are a lot of resources out there that would be willing to donate to support students.