Washington Carnegie Public Library

STEM and NASA

 

Washington Carnegie Public Library has teamed up with NASA for an exciting STEM project. This August we will be building robots that do the same jobs that the NASA Rovers do. We will use these robots to measure temperature, humidity, light, and sound.  This projects will be done in groups of teams that will build their own robot with unique sensors for their team. At the end of our building and testing, teams will have a chance to showcase the work they have done. This program is designed for grades 4-12. The dates for this program will be August 12th and 26th from 4-5:30 pm. We will be following NASA’s guidelines. Register here: https://forms.gle/7j9ubaneHJwZcUFJ9

The program for grades K-3 will be a 3D printing program where participants will be designing their own 3D print. We will discuss how 3D printing plays a large role in assisting NASA with their projects that they have and are currently working on. Each participant will have a chance to design their print, choose their filament color, and take home their project once it has been printed. Please note that participants may not be able to watch their 3D object be printed as it is a time consuming process. However, each participant will have an opportunity to see how the 3D printer performs. The date for this program will be August 19th from 4-5 pm.                                                                 Register here: https://forms.gle/smeAULP1nvqk2m53A

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    Washington, IN 47501
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