This July, educational game maker ThinkFun partnered with MakerBot Thingiverse to create the Kids Make It Challenge. The participants competed for the title of Master Maker as well as fun prizes. The kids who made it have been announced: @bumbleflies, who built a toy fishing boat. @PlayEatGrow, who fashioned an alien friend with a propeller. @SkunksMonkey, who made a sweet penguin mobile. @AlissaApel, who souped up a Creativity Can. And @SalientTech, who created a working fishing pole. Each Master Maker will receive a large spool of MakerBot PLA Filament or its equivalent in 3D printed products, plus a collection of ThinkFun games. For the challenge, ThinkFun made its Maker Studio Construction Sets available for free on Thingiverse, so that anyone can download and 3D print the files from the Gear, Winches, and Propellers sets. Use the Maker Studio sets to build suggested projects, or to create something entirely from your imagination. Congratulations to all the winners, and thanks to everyone who participated. Didn’t get to enter this challenge? Keep your eyes peeled for more from ThinkFun and Thingiverse.