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Full STEAM Ahead
January 11 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Full STEAM Ahead is formatted to spark the imagination of children by providing innovative, hands-on programs that are Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) focused.
Registration is required. Limited to 20. Intended for ages 9 and up.
1/11/16 – Artistic Extravaganza
Children will explore their creative sides through three artistically minded activities. First, they will pair up, and be given one minute to carefully observe their partner’s facial features. Then they will turn around, and be given five minutes to paint a portrait of their partner. After that, they will try their hands at copying great works of art in less than five minutes apiece. Finally, they will make watercolor silhouette prints using pasteboard cutouts of animals.
1/25/16 – Sphero – Bridge Challenge
you can build a bridge? Sphero hopes you can! Try to design and build a bridge that can carry Sphero in this engineering themed challenge!
2/8/16 – Marshmallow Challenge
Using 20 sticks of dry spaghetti, 1 yard of tape, 1 yard of string, and a marshmallow, you will try to build the tallest marshmallow-supporting structure that you can. The world-famous Marshmallow Challenge is coming to South Cobb, so put on your engineering cap and start building!
2/22/16 – LittleBits
Want to learn a little bit about circuitry, robotics, and design? Come join us as we explore Little Bits and build small robots with them.
3/8/16 – Chemical Reactions- Citrus and baking soda
Put on your lab coat and come to find out which fruit or vegetable makes the biggest chemical reaction.
3/22/16 – Video Game Creation: Sploder
Ever thought about being a video game creator? Don’t just play games! Come to the library to learn how to create your own, publish, and share them with your friends.
4/12/16 – Alka Rockets
Children will learn about Newton’s Third Law of Motion and how to turn familiar household ingredients into an awesome paper rocket.
4/26/16 – Scratch Jr.: Coding for Kids
We will be teaching children how to program their own interactive stories.