Makerversity DIY is a pioneering curriculum of hands-on lessons for teachers and students everywhere, designed by Makerversity. Our simple and exciting lesson plans enable educators to incorporate making and hands-on activities into core curriculum subjects. Lessons are designed to bring making and teamwork into the classroom simply and affordably. Whether you’re looking for new and engaging ways to teach Maths, Physics, IT or creative subjects, there’s a Makerversity DIY lesson that can help. Once you make a purchase, we will send you a link giving you access to the lesson pack.
Design your own team uniform:
This lesson is a simple and fun introduction to graphic art and visual identity. Pupils will work in teams to develop their own logos which can then be applied to any garment, overalls, toolbelt using a heat press or iron. It aims to teach pupils to use hand drawing as a tool to communicate ideas and to develop these ideas using a combination of manual and digital tools. The printed toolbelts will afford pupils the opportunity to apply these skills practically and finish with a functioning and useful outcome.
This pack contains a teacher's guide, lesson plan, presentation, instruction sheets, exercise sheets and equipment list. You will need a pencil, fine liner, marker, scissors, drawing paper, tracing paper, transfer paper, scanner & printer, computer, image editing software, heat press or iron and a toolbelt/apron.
Once you make a purchase, we will send you a link giving you access to the lesson pack.