Kid's STEM

Nutty Scientists: Ice Age

Have a smashing Spring Break and get your science on at "Ice Age" by Nutty Scientists this Wednesday, March 13 at 2:30pm! Nutty Scientists will present a variety of science experiments to dazzle you, including one with dry ice, an exploding volcano, and even a mega-bubble! This program is recommended for ages 3 - 12 years and their caregivers and will be held in the Children's Area. View other entertaining programs on our branch calendar: https://host4.evanced.info/harris/evanced/eventcalendar.asp?libnum=17 Please call North Channel Branch at (832) 927-5550 for more information.

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Jacinto City Branch Library explains S.T.E.M.

Scientific elementsS.T.E.M. is a way of promoting the teaching and learning of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics concepts to children.

Jacinto City Branch Library wants to know if you're interested in promoting these ideas to the children in your life!  Not sure what we mean?  Let's take science for instance.  Here are some videos that can help you explain science to elementary age children using books from our existing catalog.

STEAM Camp: NASA Space Science

Have you ever gazed upon the moon and wondered it's secrets? Discover many of them on Monday, October 16 at 6pm in a special STEAM Camp: NASA Space Science Program when we will explore the phases of the moon and more! Activities include a Lunar Storytime, an Edible Moon Phase Craft, and we can even take your photo "on the moon" with a Greenscreen! Children's Area and Public Meeting Room. Recommended for ages 4 and up.

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