Congratulations to Adam, our second Maker Master! He joins Jac as the second kid to complete our Maker Master Challenge, a cool program for children in grades 4 to 8 to try new technology and share their creations.
Adam worked hard to complete challenges in seven different fields, including music, design and computer programming, and earned a badge for each step. Becoming a Maker Master is not an easy task, and Adam stated that “creativity along with a competitive drive to create the best projects” allowed him to thrive as a Maker.
Adam’s projects exemplify what the Maker Master Challenge is all about. For his “director” badge, Adam worked with other makers to film a green screen movie of a fictional plane crash. Adam told us that his favorite project was the one he created for the photography badge, a picture he took and then edited by changing its color.
Now that Adam has finally become a Maker Master, he encourages all other kids to complete the challenge. His tip: “Join the different digital craft time programs in the library if you need help creating.” The Maker Master Challenge will run through the end of August and culminate in a prize raffle for all participants. Start your challenge today by signing up in the Youth Computer Lab.Posted under Arts & Crafts, Kids Tech, Youth, Youth Digital Media Lab