There are many sites with maker-centered learning activities for you to try. Begin by selecting an activity you find compelling in some way.
To find a project, take a look at the Project & Learning Approaches category of Maker Ed’s online Resource Library, which includes project and activity ideas, along with curriculum samples, facilitation practices and tips, and pedagogies aligned with making.
A few favorites? Take a look at a sample set of activities, co-written by Maker Ed and Girl Scouts of the USA.
How might you implement a project like this in your learning environment with an explicit focus on building community, empowering learners, emphasizing the process of learning and making, or ensuring access to this opportunity?