Students from St. Albans City School worked at the Mini Maker Faire, making pinwheels at Shelburne Farms on Saturday, September 22nd. They spent their time earlier in the week designing and creating 3D printed parts for the pinwheels.
The students worked hard to help kids create their own pinwheels using their 3D printed parts. They also had the opportunity to walk around and see all of the different booths and activities. Some made Teddy Bear pillows while others made rockets. Attendees were very impressed with our tech-savvy our students are at St. Albans City School.