At the museum, kids have a lot of options when it comes to expressing do-it-themselves attitudes.
A tiny sampling of the museum’s offerings includes a city designed to be run by kids, workshops for inventors, and a sculptural tower made for climbing.
More options: Make mini rockets. Develop an understanding of Newton’s Third Law of Motion. Make a marshmallow blaster. Develop some programming chops.
Inside and outside, the museum is one big invitation to explore and make stuff.
Recently, the museum opened a maker space for kids. They call it the Maker Annex.
The Annex’s benevolent overlord
At Sentry Air, we’re excited about the possibilities inherent in the Maker Annex. Problems will be encountered and problems will be solved. The air will resonate with ideas.
One reason we feel a kinship with the Annex and the kids who will use it is because the air purifiers we donated are designed by our president, Bryan Rossnagel.
Early in the company’s history, he turned the family garage into a ‘maker space’ to design and prototype the company’s first products.
Today, Sentry Air’s product lines are used in many workplaces and homes, including welding shops, pharmacies, universities, technical schools, medical offices, CNC shops and – proudly – maker spaces: Portland, Houston.
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