Yesterday, I presented a Poplocks building activity at the Life and Science Museum in Durham, NC. It was a hit! Children and their parents could start building with Poplocks, either following guided instructions or by building on their own! Joe Diver helped present the toys and led building activities for half of the children when the table work-space became shoulder-to-shoulder. Thanks, Joe! Thanks also to Splat Space, Durham's hacker space, for providing space and help during the show.
The feedback was tremendous! Thank you everybody for your kind words, excitement, and your playful attitudes!
I'll be doing this again next Saturday, August 17th at the Burlington Mini Maker Faire in Burlington, NC.
Check out http://burlingtonminimakerfaire.com for more info.
Here are just a few of the things children and parents built during the day:
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