Art of the Hands

Time to Tinker

Who can Tinker



This video is about a movement called the maker movement that basically encourages people to tinker and learn how to make something that they didn’t know how to make before. Although it may be called different things, making and tinkering are practically the same and incorporate many of the same ideals like; trying new things, stimulating creativity, and stretching the limits of personal abilities to improve as a person and to work to solve problems that you see are worth solving. One of the key reasons why I chose to share this video is because it showed kids making amazing things and generally experimenting with how far their creativity can take them. They had no skill, money or amazing talent but they had a fearless creativity and they decided to use it to learn how to do something new. The takeaway from this is, Anyone can tinker, will you?

losangelestimes. “Defining the ‘maker’ movement.” YouTube, YouTube, 11 Nov. 2014,

1 response to “Who can Tinker”

  • This is so cool. I love to tinker and learn how to build things. Working with my hands is so relaxing, and rewarding.

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