Our Book-making workshop involves learning several methods of bookbinding (such as stick-bound, pamphlet, accordion and Japanese stab-binding). Book-making also involves some math, such as measurement, fractions, geometry and graph theory. Participants will make books from a variety of fun reclaimed materials, such as pages made from graph paper or covers made from wallpaper. Books are great blank canvases for many learning outcomes, such as making cookbooks as part of a food unit, or students writing their own stories to be shared in the classroom library. There is so much to explore when making books!
Please complete our Program Request Form if you’re interested in scheduling a Book-Making ReMaker Playshop!