Teens, ages 14-17, are invited to explore simple circuitry on Tuesday, March 5, 4:00-5:00 p.m. in the Library Group Study Room.
These circuit sets allow students the opportunity to be creative and explore circuitry while building anything from a motion sensor alarm to a drawing robot.
According to Youth Services Librarian Melissa Bailey, “STEAM is such a big part of our vocabulary today. Everyone seems to realize the importance of introducing STEAM to our elementary school children, but our older students can benefit just as much from exposure to these concepts and projects. For National Teen Tech Week, we are pulling out the LittleBit kits to give our bigger kids a chance to play around with circuits. This will be a fun opportunity for teens to experiment with these kits in an unstructured environment, so the sky is the limit in terms of what they create.”
Signups for this event are required. Space is limited. Register for your session online using our Library Event Calendar. For more information, contact Melissa Bailey, 805-237-3870 or email@example.com.