On the first leg of our road trip, we’re exploring the history of engines and how they work, with a little help from Car Talk’s Ray Magliozzi.
Kids will become the Ultimate Space Scout by designing, building and engineering with 5 STEM focused games and badges.
In this activity, students design and build electric toy Rovers that run on monorail tracks.
Cam toys (aka automata) use hand-powered mechanisms to create cyclical motions that animate a scene.
Zip up! Watch as Deysi explains how the different parts of a zipper work together to open and close a piece of fabric.
Bring students on a virtual tour of the ins and outs of electronic and hybrid vehicles to compare and contrast the amount of copper with a gas fuel vehicle.
Students will be transported into a mine site to explore the different careers, technology and equipment used during the copper extraction, processing and refinement phases of mining.