Join us for hands-on exploration and activities that focus on a specific STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) topic.Registration required. Please call 360-871-3921.
Build with Legos and participate in a variety of STEM challenges. Display what you make at the library.
STEM is short for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Bring the whole family to explore a different STEM topic each month with hands-on activities.
Learn about the chemical reaction that results in slime--then, make some! Wear something that can get messy.
Fold one piece of paper into sixteen pages, make a cover and turn it into a book to take home.
Explore how papier-mache is made and use recycled materials to make your own. Wear something that can get messy.
Use markers to engage gears with other shapes and create geometric art.
Use geometric or more fanciful shapes to create tessellations like artist M. C. Escher’s.
Enjoy building with Legos, individually or on a team.
Continue exploring Kitchen Science with a bean classification activity. Work on your own or as a team.