Hey kids! Get excited! Here's an extreme example of a paper roller coaster. On Thursday, January 17, we'll be using these exact same elements and paper pieces to make our own roller coaster!
There's still space in next week's Science is Everywhere: Paper Roller Coasters program! It's for kids in grades 3-5. We'll be learning about physics, forces, gravity, and inertia while working together to create our own roller coaster to take a marble on a wild ride.
Registration is required, so make sure you stop in or call 617-972-6435 to let us know you'd like to come. It's a great opportunity for kids to get some STEM education, and it'll be a ton of fun!
P.S. You can check out more videos of impressive roller coasters at http://www.paperrollercoasters.com/videos.htm.
This is part of our Science is Everywhere grant, which is administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, the Library Services and Technology Act, and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.