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STEAM at the Cedar Creek Lake Library a success


My name is Nicole Sprabary and I am a mom, first and foremost. I raise my children in the Cedar Creek Lake community and feel like a local. I am a freelance writer and blogger, wanting to speak truth and greatness into our community as a whole. I hope to put forth great information to members of our community both locals and weekenders as well as everyone in between.

STEAM or Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics is a new monthly homeschool themed day at the Library of Cedar Creek Lake.

Alix Brite, of Youth Services, wants to stage activities for kids, and she drew a larger crowd than expected.

Stations set up for the event included an exercise to open the children’s creative writing side, STEM games, marshmallows and toothpicks for construction, paper bag puppets to make new friends and numerous robot options to build out of Legos.

A new feature that folks at the library are excited about is the new 3D printer.

A set of dice were made as the children used their imagination, and a projector displayed the beauty of the creation. 

Parents of the participants enjoyed the opportunity to play with their kids or just get a few minutes of mommy time. 

Brite hopes to encourage networking between parents to make new friends just like all of the kids did during play time. 

Next opportunity for the STEAM homeschool day is November 8th from 2-3pm 


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