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.
Calling All 4th-8th Grade Girls!
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
Maker Girls: Girls Got Game
Monday, May 10, 4:00 – 5:30 pm
4th – 8th grade
Learn about how video games are created from real women who work in the field. There are so many elements that go into creating a video game – art, music, storytelling, coding… there’s something for everyone! In this virtual workshop, you will work together as a team of girls and women to create a video game that represents your voices and interests.
This workshop is 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 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.