Makerspaces.com Giveaway!

 

Hey dear readers!

There are only a few days left to enter the Makerspaces.com #evilmakeybook giveaway! Five separate winners will win a Makey Makey and copy of the Evil Genius Makey Makey project book (a new book I co-wrote with Aaron Graves! )

If you aren’t familiar with Makerspaces.com, Andrew runs a great giveaway every month. Plus, he has great free resources and even a huge paper circuit project book that you need to get your hands on!

Go to this giveaway page to enter the August giveway and win a copy of our new #makered project book!

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#evilmakeybook and #makeymakey Giveaway!

20 Makey Makey Projects for the Evil Genius is out! It is in full glorious color and in it we share fun project ideas on how to integrate lots of maker tools for your physical computing whims. We hope you have fun taking our ideas further with the ultimate digital duct-tape – the MAKEY MAKEY! To celebrate, Aaron and I are going to giveaway not one, not two, but THREE signed copies of our books and some Makey Makey swag! 🙂

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To win the giveaway all you have to do is share this post and make a comment on this blog post about how you hope to take Makey Makey #beyondthebanana this school year. Our book is written with makers in mind, so you do not have to be a teacher or museum educator to qualify. Anyone can make cool stuff with Makey Makey! 🙂

3 Giveaway Prizes:

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(Sorry folks, US shipping only.)

Reminder of Entry Rules:

  1. Follow and share this blog. (Share anyway you want. Email, Facebook, Instagram, etc.)
  2. Comment on THIS post about your plans to Makey Makey #beyondthebanana for the upcoming school year (or maker year if you feel so inclined…..)
  3. Read the next blog so you can see if you’ve won and find out how to get your Makey Makey swag mailed to ya!

Giveaway ends July 31st at midnight. Winners will be randomly selected and announced via blog post on August 1st so make sure you follow the blog to see if you’ve won!

P.s. Here’s a free project idea from the book!