Makerspaces are places where students are free to explore, to create, and most important, to make something related to the content they are studying. Working with a variety of no- to low- to high-tech resources, students demonstrate the five Cs—collaboration, creativity, communication, critical thinking, and confidence. Traditionally, makerspaces have been venues for exploration of STEM content, but why limit makerspaces as a tool for engagement and discovery to only select content areas? Many students feel reluctance when asked to write, so what if we thought of writing as making and creating makerspaces stocked with various tools for students to write with, write on and construct their ideas? Angela Mullennix, an instructional coach at Cameron Elementary with Moore County Schools in North Carolina, created Writing Toolkits, mobile Makerspaces. Students using these toolkits always seem to enjoy writing because it is interwoven with play and no longer a chore. They actually want to express their thoughts; having choice in how that expression happens has now become a powerful learning experience.