Learn the method by which computer programs are created--CODING. Learn basic computer programming and gain understanding of how our modern world works in this fun and exciting workshop.
Develop an intuitive understanding of 3D shapes and explore the finer details of spatial geometry through origami in this hands-on workshop.
Learn the method by which computer programs are created-CODING. Learn basic computer programming and gain understanding of how our modern world works in this fun and exciting workshop.
Local Beekeeper, Hilary Kearney, will provide an interactive presentation teaching children what a beekeeper does and explores the concepts of pollination, beehives and bees’ lifecycles.
The Science and Engineering of Lowriders event at Chicano Park will feature a history of lowrider culture, the evolution of engineering and technology that goes into these mobile art pieces, and a historical tour of the famous murals of Chicano Park, ending with a lowrider demonstration. This family friendly experience is presented by Via International and 52 Weeks of Science
Science and technology should be fun! Join us as we rotate through five different stations where STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) concepts are taught using fun hands-on activities and experiments!
This is an event for middle school aged students. Note that the deadline for people to sign up for this event is March 10. Parents are required to sign up beforehand.
From the producers of Bill Nye the Science Guy comes Biz Kid$, an award-winning comprehensive financial literacy program. Free, Fun, Interactive Session! Kids and parents can learn about:
Money and business skills
How to write a business plan
How to create a successful business plan
This event will be open to the public and feature special guest speakers and a performance by the League of Extraordinary Scientists and a hands-on activity.
We'll measure circumferences and diameters, sing Pi carols, then eat Julian pie. The tastiest math lesson you'll ever have. Bring the family or drop off your students to explore a different topic or theme each month. Children under 5 must be chaperoned by an adult at all times. Russian and Swedish speakers provided. Free event.
Open to California students in grades K-12.
Teams of 8 students collectively solve 25 3x3 Rubik's Cubes in the fastest time. Students on registered teams can compete in a solo competition
Solo Competition: Students from registered teams can compete for the fastest solo time solving a 3x3 Rubik’s Cube.
The event is FREE but requires preregistration at https://ycdtrc.wufoo.com/forms/z1c2gv8k1bh5lz1/