Science, Technology, Engineering, Math…those words make up the acronym for STEM. The words and acronym have been household terms for several years. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh does its part to make sure your kids build on what they know about STEM, and have fun, too!
One look around the children’s room of the Library and you may be inspired by all the different types of learning going on. Children pore over the new Dork Diaries or Pokemon inspired chapter books in one corner, while little ones build a tower from Magnatiles, screaming as it crashes to the ground. But none […]
When you hear or see the word STEM, what are you thinking? We’re betting that you’re thinking of the acronym that stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. We suppose you could also be thinking of a plant or flower. STEM has become a household word and we know it means good things for our […]
June 11, 2017 marked the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s annual celebration of literacy and learning: Extravaganza! Extravaganza kicks off the Library’s Summer Reading program for all ages. Summer Reading is an effort to prevent summer learning loss through opportunities to read and discover all year long! Stop into your neighborhood location or enroll online to […]
Wiggly worms and bugs, crazy chemistry, gooey polymers and fizzing Alka-Seltzer™ rockets—this is a mere sampling of the amazing science activities kids can explore free of charge during Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Super Science programs, which receives generous support from PPG Foundation and other funders.