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Make:Shift:Do at Fareham Library (workshop)

Are You Ready to Crumble!

We are hosting a family oriented Crumble kit computing session which allows families to work together to create a gadget from scratch using basic computing skills.  This kind of activity encourages confidence and family bonding in working together to create something original.

Crumble kits are a great resource for getting young people into developing basic computing skills but with the added skill of developing their creativity.
This session will use household recyclables to build a unique device that will be focused on healthy eating and wellbeing.  This could be making anything weird and wonderful such as a multi-use kitchen tool or an egg timer! Please bring any household recycling along to make your gadget with.

The possibilities are limited by the user’s imagination as to what can be made using these kits and allows them to gain useful skills whilst having fun making a unique creation. 

Fareham Library,
Osborn Road
PO16 7EN

Make:Shift:Do is a nationwide programme of craft and innovation workshops taking place on 27 and 28 October 2017