We’re passionate about connecting communities with engaging resources. Through our content, our goal is to encourage more youth to create and consider how to use digital technology to inspire and solve challenges in our world and in their community.
Providing fundamental resources helps ensure students are able to succeed. We believe it can be a transformative learning experience, bridging cultures, by giving a voice to individuals and encouraging artistic expressions that reflect culture and identity.
However you like to learn, our resources aim to help you continue to grow.
Top Lesson Plans
Grade 3 – Grade 6
Based on a book called “Trip to the Moon”, students will learn the basics of animation and sprite movement in Scratch using trip to the moon.
Grade 9 – Grade 12
Learn how to use the basic tools in Inkscape to create a vector art using a reference image.
Grade 7 – Grade 8
Do you like building in Minecraft? If so, then this lesson will be useful to you! Learn how to create an Adventure Map and share it with your friends!
Grade 3 – Grade 5
Art and storytelling is very important in Indigenous culture. In this lesson we combine the Seven Grandfather Teachings with digital comic book strips.
Grade 9 – Grade 12
Are you a fan of pixel art? In this lesson we take pixel art and make it 3D using voxels! Learn how to use Magicavoxel and create a world of your own.
Primary – Secondary
Learn how to create Métis dot art by using traditional tools as well as the digital art software Autodesk Sketchbook!
Top Blog Posts
February 28, 2020
Follow us along as we tell you what happened at the digital skills camp in Kangiqsualujjuaq!
The Lindsay Makerspace is a community space for people to explore, make, create, think, play, share, learn, unlearn, hack, and discuss.
November 15, 2019
Meet our Travelling Teach Team! We are proud to introduce all of these talented people.
May 10, 2019
Introducing our game “Inuit Mythology” create by Talia Metuq, art done by Ian MacLean. Check it out!
January 3, 2020
There are some exciting things happening at the Pinnguaq Iqaluit Makerspace in 2020! Introducing Michael Foote, the new Makerspace Manager.
January 30, 2020
Pinnguaq proudly creates and uses digital technology is to teach, preserve and shape public opinion about environmental exploration using digital tech.