Learn, create, solve, and share, with the world’s most fun and easy to use 3D design app. Makers Empire provides a safe environment for children to create, share and view 3D designs with a global community of designers.
Teach STEM and Design Thinking with a 3D design learning program including 3D app, professional development, curriculum-aligned lesson plans and courses, support, and class management and student assessment tools.
Pioneering, world-class STEM projects for groups of 10+ elementary and middle schools. Help students learn how to identify and solve real-world problems and opportunities using Design Thinking and 3D design.
Makers Empire gives primary, elementary and middle school teachers the tools, skills and resources to confidently teach Design & Technology curricula and engage students in authentic, real-world problem solving. Makers Empire 3D is the only 3D design app made for K-8 learners and is engaging and easy to use. In-app tutorials, daily challenges and curriculum-aligned challenge courses build students’ creative confidence and develop their Design Thinking skills and interest in STEM. The Teachers Dashboard makes it easy for teachers to organise classes, manage students’ designs, assign and assess work and access curriculum-aligned lesson plans, certified professional development, and resources and training.
Help develop your child’s creativity and problem-solving skills with the world’s most fun and easy to use 3D design software. With Makers Empire 3D your child can unleash their imagination, build creative confidence, solve problems, share designs and engage in our safe, positive, online community of creators.
Create sustainable and scaleable learning networks in your region, district, diocese, city, state or country with our blended professional learning programs for groups of 10+ schools. With Makers Empire, you can engage students in STEM learning and real-world problem solving, cover Design & Technology curriculum, integrate 3D design and printing, increase teacher capacity, and improve student learning outcomes.