Things to do in DC: STEAM workshop for kids in Silver Spring Veteran Plaza: Build a small car

Hi friend makers,

You are all doing good here.

It's pretty warm out there and outside activities have started rolling for everyone living in Maryland, Washington DC and Virginia.

This is also the case for us. Since the beignning of the year, we have organise STEM after-school program for your children in different areas (robotics, coding, 3d printing and more) in the washington DC area.

For the month of May, we have a new activities for you and children right here in downtown Silver Spring. We organise a workshop for your children (6 years old and older) on how to build a small car with their hands-on.

It will be on May 22nd from 6 pm to 6:45 pm at the veteran plaza in Silver Spring Maryland at the following adress:

  • 1 Veterans Pl, Silver Spring, MD 20910

If you live in the DC area or Silver Spring Maryland and are looking for something to do with your family, come join us for this STEM event and learn how to build a small car with your hands-on.

This is a free event organised specially made for kids who love making things. You can subscribe with the following link: Things to do in downtown Silver Spring_Build a small car STEM activities

Summer is also coming and we are preparing a nice STEM summer camp for you in DC (robotics, coding, smartphone app creation, 3d printing and more for your children ) and also STEM online courses (which are cheaper) where your children can learn with live online video with the comfort of being at home. ;-)

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Hope to see you at the Veteran plaza in Silver Spring Maryland with your kids with more STEM and hands-on activities.

Have a good day. ;-)

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