MAKER GIRLS

Calling All 4th-8th Grade Girls!

In honor of Women’s History Month and in celebration of you — and all you can do — KID Museum is launching Maker Girls! Check out women-inspired maker activities you can do all month long at our Maker Playground, and exciting special events coming later this spring.

MAKER GIRLS SPECIAL EVENT

March 25, 4:00 – 5:30pm | 4th – 8th grade girls

Hear directly from innovative STEM leaders as they tell stories of their biggest failures — and how they persevered. Then, tell us what inspires you most! Play the role of “Shark Tank” decision-maker and choose the activities for new Maker Girl Workshops.

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MAKER GIRL WORKSHOPS

These workshops are a part of our Maker Girls initiative, a series of workshops and other events designed to inspire, engage and empower girls with an early interest in STEM-inspired projects. Our Maker Girls programs are open to all kids, regardless of gender identity.

Maker Girls: Healthy Inventions (virtual workshop via Zoom)
Monday, June 14, 4:00 – 5:30 pm
4th – 8th grade

How can we use STEM to make people healthier? In this workshop, participants will hear from STEM professionals about how they use their work to help individuals, communities, and entire populations become healthier. Then, participants will work in small groups to brainstorm and design solutions that tackle problems in different areas of health from medicine to wellness to community health.

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MAKER PLAYGROUND

Maker Girls includes an exciting line-up of free maker activities throughout Women’s History Month. Inspired by the careers of real women in STEM, you can prototype a technology that improves athletic performance, create a digital 3D model of a robot that explores the unknown, design a game, and more.

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Maker Girls is possible thanks to the Lyda Hill Foundation and the IF/THEN Ambassadors, including our own KID Museum Board Member and IF/THEN Ambassador, Corinna Lathan.