Tweens and teens are invited to hang out after school and participate in cool activities, have a snack and socialize. Activities will promote STEM learning and encourage kids’ self-esteem. Kendyl Litwiller and Owen Miller will lead the activities.
Here are some activities that will take place…
Cubelets are a line of construction toys manufactured by Modular Robotics. The Cubelets are small color coded cubes that people magnetically stick together to form a variety of simple robots, a kind of modular robot. The cubes connect with magnets and a genderless connector.
Breakout EDU is the immersive learning games platform that promotes critical thinking to solve a series of challenging puzzles in order to open the locked box.
MindWare Q-BA-Maze is an awesome playset for teaching youth to embrace their creativity and design engineering marvels. It’s a unique system of colorful cubes that interlock to form an amazing marble maze. Q-Ba-Maze 2.0 lets kids create marble maze sculptures in almost any design — animals, buildings, geometric shapes, simply letting their creativity be their guide. Q-Ba-Maze is unpredictable because the steel balls can travel in any direction since each cube opens on two sides, creating a live demonstration of probability, physics and art all in one.
Bloxels is a hands-on platform for kids to build, collaborate, and tell stories through video game creation. Students can use colored blocks to design their characters and settings to tell their own amazing stories. The game board is scanned using the free iPad app to make the creation come to life!
Magna–Tiles are the original 3D magnetic building tiles.
Ozobot is a little toy robot that blends the physical and digital worlds — and teaches kids programming. Ozobot can identify lines, colors, and codes on both digital surfaces, such as an iPad, and physical surfaces, such as paper.
KEVA Planks – Children discover the joy of creating original works of art or cleverly designed contraptions. Creativity brings joy into the lives of humans which is why the arts are so important. At the same time, future architects and engineers are discovering their aptitude for building at an early age. Young KEVA builders today will be building our world in a few years.