GeniusMobile - A Maker Education Program that comes to your site

Our GeniusMobile is a maker education program on wheels.  We roll up to your school, unload and transform a classroom into a maker space, bringing in hands-on project based programs focused on Science, Tech, Engineering, Art and Math. 

ReCreate thinks our teachers work very hard to teach our students, and it is our mission to enhance day-to-day learning with memorable hands-on experiences, meant to spark the desire for self-motivated learning.

We integrate high tech tools and reuse items to provide a low cost – high impact lesson for students. 

Bring the GeniusMobile to your School

  • Classroom by classroom visits by grade. We visit 3 to 4 classes in one day, students explore a hands-on maker experience based on grade selection. Available for K through 8. This is an excellent way to introduce making with technology, or provide a subject specific maker integration.

  • Family Maker Night – Schools have an option to share the magic of maker education with parents by holding a family maker night, where families can work together on maker activities and challenges.

  • Staff Professional Development – Are you interested in finding ways to bring more hands-on programming to your school? ReCreate can help, by providing workshops and Professional development for your staff.

  • Design Challenges For Another Day - We will set you up for a Design Challenge for your class for another day.

Elementary School Programs

Options include  Wind Tunnel, Light Play, Simple Machines, Maker Stations, Design Thinking, Exploring with  Makey-Makeys and more.  

Middle School Offerings

Options include Physical Computing,  Renewable Energy, Design Thinking, Maker Market and more. 

Program fees start at $325 per class. We do have some grants to help offset participation for Title 1 schools.

 

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ReCreate thanks the following for their strong support of our Maker Education Programming: