Go to: https://www.geneseo.lib.il.us/upcoming-programs for upcoming monthly STEAM Programs at the Library
How are rainbows made? Sprinkle joy and magic around your living space by building and designing a prism mobile.
Fizzy painting with baking soda and vinegar science for a fun chemical reaction. Mix up a baking soda based paint and switch out water for vinegar. Click here to read more.
Harness magnetic force to paint! Yes, you can paint with magnets.
Salt painting with glue and colored water is simple fun for kids of all ages and explores absorption. Use cookie cutters to make fun designs or create abstract art! Click here to read more.
Use the power of gravity to make marble paintings.
Spinning and movement create awesome art you can use for cards, bunting, wrapping paper and more. You just need one household item to make spin art.
Harness the power of weather and learn about reactions with salt when painting with watercolors.
Love to blow bubbles? Turn it into art! Just add food coloring to either homemade or store-bought bubble solution and blow bubbles onto paper. Perfect for an outdoor art idea too!
You can also experiment with salt and watercolors on sticky paper and make prints.
Heat can change art materials to create something new! Try it with melting crayon art.
Make paper airplanes! Sounds basic, but there are a lot of skills hard at work. It’s the perfect STEM playdate and kids can decorate their planes or design their own.
Use color and scent to design your own milk carton candle.