STEAM Camps for Grades 4-6 in August
Thanks to the generous support of the White Plains Library Foundation and Con Edison, the Library is offering two free week-long virtual STEAM Camps in August. These camps will be taught by instructors from STEM Alliance Larchmont-Mamaroneck. Space is limited, and registration for the full week is required. Registration is on the first date of each camp in the Online Calendar starting July 6. To register, click the title of the camp(s) you're interested in.
“STEM Superheroes” Camp – August 3-6, 1:00-2:30 p.m. Youth in grades 4-6 will learn about the historic inventors and innovators who used science, technology, engineering and math to solve real world problems to become real-life STEM SUPERHEROES! Each day, we will go back in time and discover an innovator from history such as Alan Turing, Ada Lovelace, Jacques Cousteau, Bjarke Ingels the Wright Brothers and more. Through the concepts learned from historic figures and the impact they made, we will face challenges along with our friendly neighborhood heroes and help them save the world with STEM!
“NASA: One Giant Leap” Camp – August 10-13, 1:00-2:30 p.m. Youth in grades 4-6 will be introduced to everything NASA from the early days of space exploration through building and living on the International Space Station. Travel back in time to explore the history of the American space program from its inception and discover astronaut missions of yesterday and the future of space exploration tomorrow.