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Mission Possible with ScienceWorks

Kids of all ages are invited to take part in “Mission Possible”, a ScienceWorks’-sponsored hands-on engineering challenge. “Mission Possible” makes kids the engineers at three self-led creation stations. A marble maze design challenge brings physics properties to life, demonstrating the concepts of gravity, friction, and inertia. Kids can learn about aerodynamics by designing and building their own miniature paper rockets. A sky scraper challenge allows kids to create amazing towers using wooden dowels and rubber bands.

These hands-on stations will have kids thinking, constructing, and enjoying engineering like you never thought possible. This free program is sponsored by ScienceWorks Rural Outreach Funds.

Join us for a this fun, hands-on STEM challenge!

 

 

Date:
04/20/2018
Time:
03:00PM - 04:30PM
Library:
Gold Hill Library
Categories:
Children Games STEM Teens