ATLittleBits Club

ATLittleBits Club

  What’s a littleBits Inventor Club? These are local hubs of invention, where members of all ages, backgrounds and abilities can feel supported by a global community and empowered to create. Clubs inspire inventors around the world to tinker, channel

Geology Rocks with Cobb PARKS

Geology Rocks with Cobb PARKS

Join the Natural Resource Management Unit of Cobb PARKS and South Cobb Regional Library for a study of rocks and their many uses.  Children will then get to study a variety of rocks and minerals up close. This hands-on activity

Gritters STEAM Team

Gritters STEAM Team

Are you a budding scientist, engineer, artist or mathematician? Join the Gritters STEAM Team and explore a different “letter” in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) every week. Each session includes a story about an expert in the field and

Science Rocks: STEAM at Sweetwater

Do you like to be artsy, scientific, mathematics, and everything in between? Join us for Science Rocks this summer! We will be challenging our creative skills every Wednesday with a fun hands-on activity that explores Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, or

Tween STEAM @ Kennesaw

Tween STEAM @ Kennesaw

Do you like to be artsy, scientific, mathematic, and everything in between? Join us for Tween STEAM this summer! We will be challenging our creative skills every Wednesday with a fun hands-on activity that explores Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, or

Tween STEAM: Experiments with Sound

Have fun and make some noise while we experiment with sound. We’ll learn about volume, frequency, pitch, waves, vibration, tone and more.

ATLittleBits Club

ATLittleBits Club

  What’s a littleBits Inventor Club? These are local hubs of invention, where members of all ages, backgrounds and abilities can feel supported by a global community and empowered to create. Clubs inspire inventors around the world to tinker, channel

Metamorphic Crayons

Metamorphic Crayons

Using crayons to simulate rocks, we will study the process of weathering, erosion, and sedimentation that forms the rock cycle. You’ll head home with your own metamorphic crayon. This program is for children who have completed grades K-2. There are two

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