Posted by children | Dec 26, 2018
Have you been itching to experiment with our Lego WeDo Robotics equipment? Have you ever wondered how inventors create new robots? Looking for some quality time in the great outdoors? We’ve got you covered! We are kicking off 2019 with tons of great STEAM programming!
Kids can let their creativity shine while they work on beginning engineering skills using Lego bricks! We’ll provide lots of Legos to play with, you supply the ideas. For ages 4 and up. No need to register, just drop-in anytime between 10:30 and noon.
Sign up for a 3-week workshop where you’ll learn how to use the Lego motors and sensors along with the computer programming software to make your creations move. This workshop series will be for kids in grades 2 through 5. If you’ve done a Lego robotics program here before, you’re welcome to come again. This will also be a great program for kids who’ve never tried Lego WeDo before and would like to learn how. You only need to register once, and your child will be registered for all three sessions.
Find out what it’s like to work in the robotics industry with our friends from iRobot! The company that invented the Roomba will be here to give you a peek into real life inventions. They’ll even bring robots to demo for us! No need to register, but we’ll start right at 3:30.
At every STEAM Club we explore some element of science, technology, engineering, art, or math with hands-on, in-depth experiments! You won’t want to miss this month’s fun! Register beginning January 3 on our online calendar. For grades 2-5.
Even in the cold of winter, it’s fun to be outdoors and learn a little about the environment in the process! We’ll have tons of fun playing on the library lawn, and learning while we do it! For children ages 18 months through 8 years old with a caregiver.