The main purpose of the Maker Movement is to transform consumer mindsets to creator mindsets. At its core, making is about empowering students to be creative problem solvers. Students can learn academics through diverse exploration and by collaborating in a meaningful way. SIGMAKE found that there are a variety of low and high tech tools available for use to support making in the classroom. The maker mindset creates an engaging learning environment for each unique student and their abilities. The Maker Movement focuses on collaborative discovery learning. Through discovery and play students can be taken to a deeper level of understanding to transfer relevant concepts to the real world. Students can learn from their making experiences and realize the strength of their mind. They learn to see the benefits of failure. Students can see how their thinking has changed and make modifications to reach their desired goal by using web based tools, maker tool kits, 3D design and printing tools, coding tools, and non-electronic resources.