This Saturday: Kids Can Build a Robot, Create a Video Game at STEAM Expo ‘17

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Now that he’s built his mobile robot, it’s time for a quick chat with a Little Ivy Academy camp counselor while this fair-goer programs his bot to make its moves.

You and your family are invited to join us this Saturday for an awesome day of hands-on science & technology fun at STEAM Expo ’17.

We especially look forward to seeing you at Little Ivy Academy’s interactive Real Discovery! Lab where your child can:

  • Build & ProgramRobot
  • CreateCode a Video Game
  • BuildDigital Smart Gadget
  • Animatea Digital Story

. . . just as kids ages 6-14 do in our summer camps programs at campuses in the Rockland County/Pascack Valley & Ridgewood/Glen Rock, NJ areas!

These girls are fascinated by the possibilities while coding their mobile robot’s moves, just moments before launching it into action at a recent fair.

Catch a new spin on real 21st Century STEAM fun (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math) when you join us this Saturday, March 4 from 11 am – 3 pm at Suffern High School, 49 Viola Road, Suffern.  Admission is free! 

For directions and additional information about STEAM Expo ’17, visit www.littleivyacademy.com/steamexpo.html, or contact Little Ivy Academy’s director, Erich Bassler, by phone at 201-444-8400 or by e-mail at info@littleivyacademy.com.

Now in its 2nd year, STEAM Expo ’17 also will spark your child’s imagination and curiosity with a range of demonstrations and hands-on activities, including the Science Circus, a live, interactive show presented by Liberty Science Center; the Challenger Center’s travelling planetarium; and more!

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