Making is a cumulative process, both in the skills you learn and in the kind of classes you teach. Having only started offering independent classes in January this year, the rafiakids program is now gathering speed with each event attended leading to a new class or workshop.
Local maker show-and-tell Marinovators was a big event for us, with lightboxes made with kits from lectrify it drawing a good crowd and proving especially popular with girls who love the design and decorative element as much as the circuitry.
So it was wonderful to offer a refined version of the same activity to The Cove School in Corte Madera this week. The school had organised a whole morning of tinkering for the children to try their hand at everything from woodworking to paper plane folding. An awe-inspiring way to get kids excited about making - and a wonderful morning for the rafiakids team of Claire and Ali.
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