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Seventy-five public libraries will receive NASA STEM kits, a tablet with STEM videos and games, and more.
This intergenerational program sources local teens to answer older patrons' tech questions.
How do you circulate 40 robotic LEGO kits to 31 branches without losing the pieces — and your mind?
Skokie Public Library has created a sugar-coated program to teach kids about the brain.
A monthly series of scientist talks cover STEM topics in an engaging, relatable way — with cookies.
An Indiana library used a surplus of moving boxes to bring the popular Angry Birds game to life for its teens.
For a successful kids' program, you just need simple activities, curiosity and a willingness to get dirty.