The Intersection of Art and Math: Putting the A & M in STEAM
January is about discovering why art and math make a great pair!
Career Expert- Details coming soon
Hands-on Activities- Stations run continuously from 11am-2pm
Pi Skyline: Create a cityscape by graphing the numbers in Pi! This colorful project starts with the pythagorean theorem and ends with a beautiful art piece.
Pythagorean Snail: Discover how mathematical relationships show up in nature when triangles turn into snail shells!
Tessellation: Create a colorful repeating pattern using just one shape!
Mobius Strip: Math is beautifully one-sided when it comes to mobius strips! Make your own to take home.
$5 for non-members, $4.50 for members, Learning Labs are included for STEM Scholars
Due to the popularity of Learning Labs, reservations are strongly encouraged. Space is limited! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your child's spot.
K-2 Pattern Palooza, 10:30, lasts 45 minutes: Play with pattern blocks to learn how different shapes fit together to make patterns. Then use pattern blocks to make your own picture and create a tessellation.
3-5 Shapeshifter City, 11:30am, lasts one hour: Learn how architects use math, shapes, and patterns when designing and building. Try out your new skill with Magformers when you put shapes together to form 2D patterns. Snap your patterns together and watch them transform into a 3D figure!
6-8 Dive In!, 1pm, lasts one hour: Explore what it would be like to work for a bungee jumping company, and learn about the math involved in creating this type of thrill ride. Can you design a bungee that will give Ken & Barbie a thrilling but safe bungee jump experience?