NEW STEAM World + The Fun Zone

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Experience our BRAND NEW STEAM World!

STEAM World is brought to you by All About Achieving Learning Centers and Dunn Capital


The talented artists at Visionary School of Arts are hard at work creating pieces for the Stuart Air Show Nov. 2-3. They will be featured in their own tent near the STEAM World exhibit! Be sure to visit & vote for your favorite artists.

The talented artists at Visionary School of Arts are hard at work creating pieces for the Stuart Air Show Nov. 2-3. They will be featured in their own tent near the STEAM World exhibit! Be sure to visit & vote for your favorite artists.

Aviation comes alive at our brand new STEAM World and our improved Fun Zone! On November 2 and 3, bring the kids to experience the Audi Stuart Air Show in a hands on way.

Activities will include: 3D Printing, airplane models, Treasure Coast Wildlife, LEGOs, drones, and aviation related activities. General Admission tickets required. Youth tickets are $5 and children under 6 are free.

What is STEAM?

STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking. The end results are students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration, and work through the creative process. These are the innovators, educators, leaders, and learners of the 21st century!

Experience STEAM World

On Saturday, November 2 and Sunday, November 3, check your event guide for STEAM World. We will have scheduled events for children Pre-K through High School as well as various STEAM related challenges on both days. Each day will have a different schedule, leaving your children wanting more. Experience all aspects at aviation at the 2019 Audi Stuart Air Show. More information below.

 

YMCA world

Every year the YMCA brings over 30 incredible volunteers to create a one of a kind experience for the children in our community!

The YMCA portion of STEAM World offers free crafts and activities as well as exciting displays and experiences to entertain and educate our youngest air show attendees! Activities include face painting, letters to the troops, scavenger hunt, paint wall, bubbles, and much more!

Thanks to YMCA of the Treasure Coast

 

steam world Activites

In addition to scheduled events, children age Pre-K through High School will have an opportunity to complete various STEAM related challenges throughout both program days, including:

Virtual Reality-Take Flight (Technology)
Create a Rainbow (Science)
Design a Play Dough Airplane (Engineering/Art)
Create Flying Machines with Pattern Blocks (Math/Art)
Make Your Own Snow (Science)
Build a Rocket (Science/Technology/Art)
Bat Wing Challenge (Science/Art)
Create a Glider (Engineering/Science)
Create a Aeronautic Timeline (Science/Math)
Zipline Challenge (Science/Engineering/Art)
Solar Observation Challenge (Science)
Understanding Area/Perimeter Through Aeronautics (Science/Math) Create a Weather Cycle Biodome (Science/Engineering/Arts)
GeoBoard Transportation Challenge (Science/Engineering/Arts/Math) DNA Extraction (Science)
Amelia Earhart Meets LEGO (Science/Technology/Engineering/Arts/Math)

......and much more....

 

THE FUN ZONE

 

MOBILE MOUNTAIN

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Monster truck rides

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Rides

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NEW: Phantom Shadow Zero Shock Stunt Jump

The innovative Stunt Jump gives you the chance to free-fall through the air like a Hollywood stuntman before landing on a cushion of air.

STEAM WORLD SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

*Please be advised that the schedule is subject to change

Saturday, NOVEMBER 2, 2019

10:00am Friends Chorus, a chorus of mentally and physically challenged students ages 5-25, was founded by 2006 Florida Department of Education Teacher of the Year Connie Dahn. Students will perform in the STEAM World Tent and show attendees why the Arts is such an important part of STEAM!

11:00am Stacey Jones FIRST LEGO League Worldwide Volunteer of the Year will introduce children and parents to FIRST LEGO League, Robotics and speak about how starting children out in elementary and middle school with FIRST LEGO League gets students excited about learning STEM using hands-on competition-based activities and then sets them up for success! She will demo the new Challenge LEGO table out and demo the EV3 Mindstorm Robotic kit and the missions on the table with hands-on LEGO available to make a LEGO city of the future.

12:00pm 3D Potter, Inc. is a Stuart based company producing 3D printers specializing in printing clay and other paste-like materials. Their gallery features unique 3D printed ceramic gifts and they are visiting the airshow to do a demonstration on this new technology.

1:00pm BSA Aviation Badge Participants will complete most of the requirements to earn their Aviation Badge as set forth by BSA. Upon completion of the activities provided here by a certified teacher, BSA members will only need to purchase and build a battery powered model airplane to earn this badge.

2:15pm Visionary School of the Arts will providing a drawing demonstration for attendees who want to learn more about how to develop their artistic talents!

3:15pm All About Achieving Learning Centers will teach students about coding and programming, sharing the various platforms that children and adults, PreK to 99 can use to learn how to code. Resources, tips and tricks will be provided for those attending to take what they learn and explore far beyond the Stuart Air Show!

4:00pm Woodworker Richard Plourde will explore and build various airplane models, discussing how their design effects their performance. One of the model planes will be raffled off to a lucky participant!


Sunday November 3, 2019

11:00am All About Achieving Learning Centers will provide a Drone Demonstration and obstacle course, discussing the various types of drones and their use, while demonstrating how to program them for use in taking photos, understanding technology or just having fun! Time permitting, attendees may have an opportunity to fly the drones through an obstacle course!

12:00pm Treasure Coast Wildlife will bring some life science to visitors as they present information on the adaptations of various birds and bird species that help them fly!

1:00pm Brownies Fling Flyer Design Challenge Work like an engineer to create a Fling Flyer, an airplane you'll make, and explore what keeps it and other things, such as birds, planes, and space ships, in the air. 1. Learn about forces that affect flight 2. Design and build a Fling Flyer 3. Test your Fling Flyer 4. Analyze and share your results 5. Brainstorm ways to improve your design. When you’ve earned this badge, you'll have learned about the forces that affect flight as you design, build, and test a Fling Flyer. You'll know how to design an investigation—and fine-tune your design after testing it, just like engineers.

2:30pm Daisy Space Science Explorer Explore and observe the sky like a real space scientist. 1. Explore the Sun 2. Observe the Moon 3. Meet the Stars. When you’ve earned this badge, you’ll have explored and observed the Sun, Moon, and Stars.


In addition to scheduled events, children age PreK through High School will have an opportunity to complete various STEAM related challenges throughout both program days, including:

Virtual Reality-Take Flight (Technology)
Create a Rainbow (Science)
Design a Play Dough Airplane (Engineering/Art)
Create Flying Machines with Pattern Blocks (Math/Art)
Make Your Own Snow (Science)
Build a Rocket (Science/Technology/Art)
Bat Wing Challenge (Science/Art)
Create a Glider (Engineering/Science)
Create a Aeronautic Timeline (Science/Math)
Zipline Challenge (Science/Engineering/Art)
Solar Observation Challenge (Science)
Understanding Area/Perimeter Through Aeronautics (Science/Math) Create a Weather Cycle Biodome (Science/Engineering/Arts)
GeoBoard Transportation Challenge (Science/Engineering/Arts/Math) DNA Extraction (Science)
Amelia Earhart Meets LEGO (Science/Technology/Engineering/Arts/Math)

......and much more....

STEAM World is brought to you by All About Achieving Learning Centers and Dunn Capital.

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All About Achieving Learning Centers has been serving students in Florida for ten years. Opened in 2008 with the intention of providing private tutoring services to area students, AAALC morphed into an education company that serves students and families ages PreK to college through camps, classes, tutoring, parent trainings and a variety of other programs.

AAALC provides numerous STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) programs that are developed and offered regularly to provide experiences in each of subject area. Students introduced to these activities at a young age will be prepared for the future. Programs provided develop keyboarding, coding, engineering and math skills. Reading, writing and social science are also infused into STEAM education events to enhance programs and develop strong students.

AAALC educators have proven effectiveness in the classroom. Many hold advanced degrees and/or local and national awards. Instructors are current certified teachers who understand recent standards, research and methodology. This training allows them to tailor instruction to meet each child's individual needs. Learning through a variety of tactile, auditory and visual activities while using high interest material, provides an engaging atmosphere that breeds success. AAALC offers educational experiences that fit the needs of your child using certified teachers, cutting edge programs and flexible scheduling.