Irvine Public Schools Foundation is once again offering Irvine families a box full of fun learning activities to keep their kids engaged during the summer.
“OC STEAM Fest … In a Box” is designed to spark K-6 students’ interest in science, technology, engineering, arts and math. They can build their own medieval catapult and assemble and program a screen-free robot.
“It’s exciting to bring the community together to spark students’ interest in STEAM and provide them with new outlets to explore and discover from home,” says Neda Eaton, president and CEO of IPSF. “Thanks to the support of our partners, this event raised over $100,000 to support IPSF programs that benefit the students of Irvine.”
Last month, IPSF and Irvine Company hosted an event at Woodbury Town Center with face painting, balloon art and a DJ where families could pick up the STEAM boxes.
Boxes are still available for purchase at ipsf.net/annual-events/steamfest.