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STEAM Fair 2020 Monday

Welcome to STEAM Fair 2020, in a Box version, where kids get to experience all the wonderful things about STEAM Fair from home! Click on the day below for a complete schedule. Links to videos and project instructions will go live on the day of the event. Get the complete supply list here.

STEAM Fair- Monday, October 19

Check out the schedule below for the events on Monday, October 19th. Videos will be available on the day of the event or after the live presentation. Please check back regularly for any schedule changes.

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* = in the box activity

Green = LIVE Presentation

Monday’s Interview and Presentation:

6:30 PM

Trina L. Martin from Trina L. Martin International

Trina L. Martin, MBA. CEO of Trina L. Martin International. A tech company that consults with businesses to help them with their information technology and digital transformation.

Trina will share valuable life lessons and helpful advice that draw on 30+ years’ experience serving in the U.S. Navy, 20 years of experience as an IT programmer, 10 years in cyber information, and an extensive career as an information technology consultant.

Video: Full interview in video above

6:50 PM

Intro to coding with Scratch

Pongos Learning Lab

Video: Presentation in video above

Learn how to code with Scratch.

What you need: A computer with Internet access

More Monday STEAM Fair projects:

Build a Wind-Powered Sail Car*

St Anne’s School of Annapolis

Build a toy car powered by a fan in this fun engineering project!

What you need:

  • Paper
  • dowel
  • straws
  • wheels
  • axel pegs
  • Not provided in box: thick cardboard, scissors, tape


Chesapeake Arts Center

A ScribbleBot is a fun little robot that colors on its own!

What you need:

  • Plastic Cup
  • Marker (x3)
  • AA Battery
  • Battery Holder
  • DC Motor
  • Metal Washer
  • Tape
  • Googly Eyes (optional)
  • Washi Tape (optional)

Make a Harmonica*

Chesapeake Family Life

Make a harmonica with just rubber bands and craft sticks.

What you need:

  • Jumbo craft sticks (2)
  • A wide rubber band
  • Two smaller rubber bands
  • A straw
  • Scissors

Create a Simple Tessellation*

Chesapeake Family Life

Tessellations are patterns resulting from arranging, or tiling, shapes without any gaps. They can be made by positioning the same shape with one of these three operations: translation, rotation, reflection. Translation can be thought of as sliding the shape along a plane.

What you need:

  • square piece of paper (a small sticky note works well)
  • scissors
  • tape
  • paper
  • pencil

Thank you to all our STEAM Fair Sponsors!

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