STEAM Projects To Go brings a new project for May! STEAM Projects To Go are created for busy teens grades 6 to 12 who still want to engage with library programming and their community. We will explore how plants grow and what kills them. The project will be to plant seed paper and will include an extra random packet of seeds to up the bounty! Students will learn how to create their own planters from paper as well. Further, it will inspire teens to take it one step further with a list of extension projects.
Each Steam Project To Go includes supplies needed for the project, instructions, information about the theme, a library book related to the theme, and ideas for more projects. If you are interested in getting a STEAM Project To Go, register at the library’s website (mattapoisettlibrary.org) on the calendar or by calling the library. You can register at any time between now and the end of May. Once you have registered, you will be contacted to arrange pick up (library card required). If there are no spots left, please register for the waiting list.
Please contact Michelle Skaar at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the library. All programs are free and open to the public.