Online STEM event for kid- Learn how to make a alarm-timer with electronic components in 15 minutes




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Online STEM activities


On Saturday, February 12th 2021 at 4 PM (Eastern time), An online event will be host focusing on STEM and electronics for your children. During 25-30 minutes, we will share with you and your children on electronic components what can de done with them.





This will be an online show and Tell where I will explain step-by-step how to make a timer with electronic components and cardboard from scratch and have it move around. It's going to be fun!!!


You do not need previous knowledge to join.






Requirements


All you need is:


  • A computer

  • An internet connection

  • A browser installed on your computer (Firefox, Chrome or others)

  • An internet connection

  • And a Facebook account


How to connect to the event


When connected to Facebook, you should access the live when receiving a notification that the event is going live.


Link to the Facebook event: Facebook event_how to make a windmill with cardboard and electronics


Schedule of the event


Program of the event:


  • An introduction to electronic components

  • How to wires electronic components

  • How to calculate the time for the timer (They will maybe need your help in the future to do the project at home)

  • Test the electronic schematic

  • Try different timers





Come join the event online and live



If your children are somehow between 7 years old and older and are desire to learn how to make a alarm-timer from scratch with objects we use at home . Come join us for 30 minutes from 4 pm to 4:30 pm on:


  • Saturday, February 12th 2022.


The class will be on Facebook live. Make sure you register to the event and also share the information with your family and friends so their children can learn how to a timer with electronic components.


More online STEM events are coming next months for your children such as:


  • Learn how to code

  • Create video games

  • Electronics

  • Hands-on activities

  • Robotics and more





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