Zip Line STEM Challenge – Father and child teams will be challenged to design and create a contraption all out of reclaimed, reusable materials that can transport a tennis ball from one end of the zip line to the other without the ball falling out.
About the Child Creativity Lab:
The Child Creativity Lab's mission is to provide children with fun, hands-on tools and a stimulating environment to explore and discover creativity as an essential element in critical thinking, problem solving, innovation and a passion for science, technology, engineering and the humanities. Today’s children become tomorrow’s visionaries. The Child Creativity Lab offers educational programs that focus on creativity-enhancing stimulation and inspiration in alignment and in support of overarching California State Department of Education initiatives for pre-Kindergarten through 8th graders. These STEM-based programs are facilitated at the Child Creativity Lab Depot for Creative Reuse Center and directly on-site at schools, after-school programs, libraries, community events, faith-based organizations, and more via the Child Creativity Lab Museum-on-Wheels initiative.
Location: Depot for Creative Reuse – 1815 E. Wilshire Avenue, #906, Santa Ana, CA 92705
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm