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Give your LEGO bricks a new home! Donate your much-loved new or used LEGOs to our learners who love LEGOs too! Our goal is to have 1,000,000 LEGO pieces in our Makerspace LEGO area for use by all learners. You can help us reach our goal by donating any number of LEGO pieces. Simply box up or bag your used LEGOs and drop them off at the school office. If you choose to purchase LEGOs, these are some suggested pieces that can be used universally across any project. We can accept new or used either in sets or loose pieces. Any sets donated will most likely be separated out into individual pieces. To ensure maximum compatibility we can only accept LEGO brand pieces. 


Our makerspace is in the early stages of development. Help us build up our supplies and materials by donating to our school. We are in need of the following items:

  • Play-doh

  • pipe cleaners

  • Duct Tape

  • Painter’s Tape

  • Transparent Tape

  • Wood Craft Sticks

  • Plastic Drinking Straws

  • Paper Clips

  • Binder Clips

  • Hook & Loop (Velcro)

  • Conductive Fabric

  • Conductive Thread

  • Paper Cups & Plates

  • Batteries

  • Rubber Bands

  • LEDs

  • Conductive Copper Tape

  • Mod Podge

  • Double-Sided Tape

  • Fishing Line

  • Bamboo Skewers

  • Balsa Wood

  • Model Magic

  • Altoids Tins

  • 80/20 Aluminum Extrusion

  • Graphite Pencil

  • Hot Glue Sticks

  • Spray Adhesive

  • Toothpicks

  • Instamorph – (Moldable Plastic)

  • PVC Pipe

  • Acrylic Paint

  • Zip Ties

  • String / Yarn

  • Fabric

  • Brass Fasteners

  • Paper ( Craft/Construction)

"Play is one of the most important aspects of children’s upbringing. From the very early years throughout adolescence and into adulthood, play nurtures and develops the breadth of skills that enable us to be powerful agents of our own lives and positive contributors to our communities."

-The LEGO Foundation

Many facilitators have classroom projects that need funding. Please consider donating to one or more projects by clicking the Donors Choose button above.


Some skills learners learn from playing with LEGOs are outlined in the article 10 Important Skills Children Learn from LEGOs by Katie T. Christiansen. Here are a few of these important skills.

  • fine motor skills

  • cooperative play

  • persistance

  • solving a puzzle

  • engineering

  • creativity


"To define a school makerspace by its purpose and simplest of terms, it is a place where young people have an opportunity to explore their own interests; learn to use tools and materials, both physical and virtual; and develop creative projects"

-Laura Flemming

Worlds of Making

"Making is fundamental to what it means to be human. We must make, create and express ourselves to feel whole. There is something unique about making physical things. These things are like little pieces of us and seem to embody portions of our souls"

-Mark Hatch

The Maker Movement Manifesto

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