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STEM Curiosity

Image of head with science related objects floating in a thought bubble inside

Kids aged 7-10 who are interested in science, technology, engineering, and math are first introduced to a topic and the science behind it. After learning about the sessions' topic, participants will be given a problem and challenged to engineer a solution to it individually and as teams. 

Registration is Required

 

Upcoming sessions

Monday, August 20 - 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Friends' Activity Room Hydrology & Water Quality
Saturday, September 15 - 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Friends' Activity Room The Physics of Music
Saturday, October 6 - 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM Community Room International Space Week

STEM Saturday -- Forces

Children in ages 7-10 interested in science, technology, engineering and math will learn something new each month in a STEM topic. We'll explore the Newton's Laws of motion and explain how forces act when in contact with each other. Registration is required.

Image of Newton's Cradle is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

Children in grades 2-5 interested in science, technology, engineering and math will learning something new each month in a STEM topic. This month, learn about sound waves and how they move. Saturday March 12, from 2:00-3:00 PM in the Community Room. Registration is required.

[image by tylerullery is licensed under CC BY 2.0]

Solving Mysteries with Forensic Science

Science Mysteries for Kids

Bones never lie: how forensics helps solve history's mysteries by Elizabeth MacLeod

The mystery of Darwin's frog by Marty Crump ; illustrations by Steve Jenkins and Edel Rodriguez

Forensics and modern disasters by written by Rebecca Stefoff

The discovery and mystery of a dinosaur named Jane by Judith Williams

The case of the vanishing golden frogs: a scientific mystery by Sandra Markle

Sesame Street Science

Cookie Monster presents Sesame Street Science "Sink or Float." This YouTube video is an interactive science experiment where you can discover why things sink and why they float, all while learning the scientific method. Great for those beginning to experiment with science and those seasoned experimenters. For more information on why things sink or float check out these books.

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