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OfflineEventAttendanceMode Clemmons Library, 6365 James St, Clemmons, NC 27012, USA Clemmons Library, 6365 James St, Clemmons, NC 27012, USA Forsyth County Center 2 months ago

Engineering for Today and Tomorrow: In a workshop use household items, to build sketch and write like an engineer.

About this event

This 4-H Curriculum is developed by seasoned educators and research based.

Form and function are the big ideas for this lesson. We will be building a trebuchet aka a catapult. Castles walls were assaulted by armies using these machines during the Middle Ages armies would use them to hurl stones at castle walls.

Why should you take this class? It will be fun to see who's model will hurl their marshmallow the furthest, plus building a small model will allow us to experientially learn concepts in physics and engineering.

Materials are free and provided. You may also bring your own 'junk' to supplement the supplies on hand for the open build time.

No registration required.

Contact the facilitator, Jeffrey Cates, with any questions:, 336-703-2859

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