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This curated collection of tools is supported by educator-designed challenge-based lesson plans, originally developed for and piloted in New York City school libraries.

  • 160+ page guide of lesson plans created by a team of maker educators led by Stanford FabLearn Fellow Mark Schreiber
  • 13 different maker products spanning robotics, coding, circuitry, design and build, and arts and crafts
  • Support up to 30 makers in grades 3–7 working in groups of 3–5

Over 75% of librarians using the Maker Collection in a NYC school pilot program reported improvements in students’ skills in the four Cs!

Look Inside the Guide

Each challenge follows Demco’s Making Framework, designed to encourage student‑driven learning and reflection.

Click below to learn more about how it works and to preview a lesson.

  • Framework Introduction
  • Guide Introduction
  • Sample Lesson

Free Making Framework Webinar

Guide co-creator Mark Schreiber walks you through a step-by-step process for integrating making throughout your library and classroom.

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Demco Makerspace Team

Whether you’re launching a new makerspace or taking your current space to the next level, we’re here to help.