April 29, 2023
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
43 Clifton Ave, Clifton, NJ
Are you a creator, crafter, engineer, and hobbyist who loves to explore new forms and technologies? Are you delighted by how things work or function, and want to create it yourself? Then we got a hands-on, interactive, and innovative learning opportunity for you! Register to be a part of Make Things Happen
Through this Maker’s Festival, we want to create a community where participants see themselves as proactive producers who are creative, take action, and “make things happen” even in a virtual space.
Why do large ships float while small objects sink in the water? What properties allow items to float? Students will learn the basic concepts of density, buoyancy, the force of gravity, and more. This activity consists of students creating a floating object with supplies commonly found at home. (Grades K-5 Recommended)
Who can build the best structure? Students will understand what an engineer does on a day-to-day basis. Students will apply their knowledge and construct a marshmallow launch structure that will hit a target! Students will demonstrate an understanding of potential and kinetic energy. (Grades 5-12 Recommended)
Ever wanted to make your own app? What about your own games? In this class, students explore the world of coding and app development. You’ll leave with your own app that you can share with others! (Grades 5-12 Recommended)