Join us for a family STEM Learning Program for 6 to 10 year-olds and their families.
Families will work together on pre-built model homes to wire up a light, fan and then tinker together to create their own alarm buzzer that is activated when a door is closed. Participants will become familiar with closed circuits and how electricity flows. Families with children ages 6-10 are invited to fine-tune your engineering skills in this fun STEM session with an engineering expert and library staff. Spaces limited and registration required. Call the Evanston Public Library Children’s Services at: 847-448-8613. Watch for a November Wired Up event too!
Questions? Contact Laura Antolín at: 847-448-8613
Engaging Engineering Experts: Facilitating Family STEM Learning in Museums and Libraries through Narrative Storytelling and Object-Based Inquiry Activities is a collaboration between Loyola University, Chicago Children’s Museum, Evanston Public Library and Northwestern University.