Posted on January 18, 2018 at 6:00 am
Curiosity and technology meet when kids (grades K+) explore how electronics, small devices, and other mechanisms work at our monthly Take It Apart workshops.
Young scientists in grades 4 and up explore the forces that create tornadoes, vortexes, and gyroscopes with interactive experiments led by Radical Rick (registration required).
Tweens in grades 4 and up, who enjoy exploring movie making, can create a 2–3 minute stop-motion movie with our iPads, backdrops, Stikbots, and thousands of LEGO bricks in our Stop-Motion Movie Making workshop.
During the Artful Garden program, kids of all ages get to decorate their own flower pot and take home a small plant, so they can exercise their green thumb.
Bring the kids by The Lab for one or all of these interactive programs!
Sponsored by the Friends of the North Spokane Library.
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