Remake Learning Day presents a festival of creativity and imagination

April 16 — FAIRMONT – Since April 12, a number of organizations, including schools and nonprofits in West Virginia, have been participating in the national celebration highlighting innovative experiences and opportunities for young people to showcase their creativity. , Create a sense of perseverance and curiosity.

Across America, Learning Day Remix is ​​a celebration of learning that celebrates many learning opportunities in every community. For the sixth year in a row, the West Virginia Public Education Partnership, based at the University of West Virginia, serves as the state’s regional director for remake learning days.

Below is a list of Remake Learning Day events scheduled for Marion County.

May 14: Brickmakers Club

Fairview Public Library

11 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Age groups: Classes 3-6

Do you and your kids love making up with LEGOs? Do you want some exciting competition? The Fairview Public Library will build new and exciting buildings every month. Compete for who will create the biggest, strongest, most original creations!

May 14: Science Saturday Egg Drop

Learning Options Inc.

9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Cost: -2 11-25

Age groups: all ages

Participants will use engineering skills and the principles of physics to design a device that protects the raw egg from breaking while falling from a height.

May 15: Sunday Fundy Steam Fair

Learning Options Inc.

11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Age groups: all ages

The Sunday Fund Steam Fair will offer a variety of hands-on activities for young people at a variety of learning stations. This will include arts activities, horticulture, technology, math and science. The cake baking competition with the adult and children’s categories may be part of the fair. Fun and refreshments will be available.

May 16: Love Sweeper Duster and Mop Refill Embroidery

Marion County Public Library

3-4 pm and 4: 30-5: 30 p.m.

Age groups: 9-12 grades and young adults

Participants will create adorable Swift Duster and Mop Refills! This class is designed for beginners and pros alike.

May 17: Crafty Children’s Club – Blooming Tulips

Mannington Public Library

3-4 p.m.

Age groups: Classes 2-9

It’s May and the flowers are blooming! Students and families will make their own flowers out of spoons and paint!

May 19: Steam Turning Tumbles – Marble Powered Computers

Marion County Public Library

1: 1-4: 1 p.m.

Age groups: Classes 4-12

Learn about Turing Tumble Space Mission, a revolutionary new game in which participants will experience the concept of computer coding using computers using Marble, which solve logical puzzles.

May 19: Novel Theory Youth Group

Mannington Public Library

3-4 p.m.

Age groups: Grades 6-12

Let’s celebrate the end of the school year! Students and families will enjoy ice cream sandwiches, music and more … yet create a tie-colored T-shirt for all summer wear.

May 21: Steam and aerodynamics

Marion County School

10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Age groups: Classes 3-8

Students and families will learn about aerodynamics using rocket launchers, gliders, drones and much more through the multi-hand steam stations.

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