Teach with Snacks!

Unlock opportunities with hands-on materials for students to thrive!


Well-being, hands-on engagement, and feedback are at the core of Snacks. With Snacks, educators can facilitate material-rich virtual learning experiences for PK-12 students that build confidence, encourage student voice, and provide meaningful time to reflect and refine.

Family Engagement

Snacks meet Title I ESSA Level IV requirements – please see our logic model. We support districts and agencies with full service deliveries to schools, grab-and-go meal sites, and have exceptional capacity to direct mail to thousands of families at once.


Virtual enrichment programs, family engagement activities and mailing to families.

Curriculum and Digital Resources

Self-paced Videos

Step-by-step video guide in English and Spanish that shows the sequence of Snack assembly.

Interactive Presentations

Dynamically illustrated slide decks available in English and Spanish that highlight skills & understandings, vocabulary, Snack steps, pro tips and checks for understanding.

Standards Menu Board:

Framework of standards, learning objectives, and essential questions for Next Generation Science (NGSS), Social Emotional Learning (CASEL), and Visual Arts studio habits.

One Page Guides:

Educators have a snapshot of the big idea, essential questions, learning objectives, and pro-tips.


Snacks include live training with FutureMakers coaches, to help your educators integrate the projects into their plans.

Coaches are available for guest visits with classrooms and webinars – hosted by your organization or us.


Snacks are safely packed in sealed paper or resealable plastic containers.  All arrive at your distribution point in hygienic cardboard packaging.

Snacks are packed 50 – 100 to a container. We can package in smaller sets for no additional fee. Up to 5000 delivered within one week.  Larger orders please inquire.


As little as $4 per snack, based on your order. Please contact us for individual samples at no cost to you. Order today!


Each includes a guide in English and Spanish for immediate use, and a printed URL for further learning. 

We want all of our middle schoolers to be makers…

We want all of our middle schoolers to be makers — to feel empowered to design and build useful, interesting things with their hands.

Simon Rodberg
Principal, DC International School

Maryland Public Libraries

FutureMakers helped Maryland Public Libraries establish their current culture of providing customers of all ages with the space and tools to participate in experiential learning.

They have also done numerous workshops, trainings, and learning projects with library staff around the state and at several state-wide library conferences. Thanks in no small part to the wonderful job FutureMakers has done, many public libraries have built or are in the process of building makerspaces and STEM labs for public use, which means that a growing number of Marylanders have access to this critical type of learning.

Liz Sundermann
Youth Services Coordinator, Division of Library Development and Services, Maryland State Department of Education

Young Audiences

Future Makers are always on the cutting edge of educational trends! Their work is a perfect fit for any schools interested in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) programs for their students.

We have received glowing reports from our partner schools who have hosted Future Maker programs for their students. They work diligently to custom design their programs to challenge and inspire young learners.

Pat Cruz
Chief Innovation Officer, Young Audiences Arts for Learning Maryland Chapter


MOST has been excited about the potential of the Maker Movement for afterschool and summer programs. Making  offers the  nexus of creativity, technology and the development of the STEM skills like design thinking and problem solving.

Yet, often youth development professionals may not think of themselves as makers and don’t know how to get started. FutureMakers has offered programs in our network an accessible,  entry way in to the world of making  – successfully engaging both youth and adults.

Ellie Mitchell
Director, Maryland Out of School Time (MOST) Network