This morning we started off with a lot of energy and excitement. Our goal was to get each project standing on its own. The kids got right to work, confident in the tool skills they learned yesterday.
Several projects needed larger pieces of plywood cut in complicated ways, so we learned how to use the band saw!
Some of our Space Tinkerers involved in painting took it upon themselves to clean their brushes and hang them to dry without any provocation. We love this consideration of sharing tools and space with others!
By the end of the day, after several false starts, the 2 parts of the Launch Tower were moved, assembled and raised!
The Mission Control team finished framing their control panel and got one monitor screen up on it legs!
Space helmets, moon rock picks, and space food were finished!
With each projects' base standing solidly and confidence in tool use we are in a good place to focus on the fine and tricky details that are on the horizon.