STEM: Dyed Flowers Challenge

Friday, 10/23/2020
3:00 - 3:15
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San Francisco, CA 94102
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Can you change the color of a white flower by adding food dye to the water? Learn the science behind the water transportation system inside of plants. Gather a scissor, white flowers, cup with water and food dye for this challenge with YELL 2020 teen intern Elio.

 

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STEM Challenge Yo’Self | Teen Takeover is created by the San Francisco Public Library from the Youth Engaged in Library Leadership (YELL) STEM team. Stay STEM-tastic by reading, learning and experimenting at home. Gather materials for a new challenge posted at 3pm on weekdays throughout October. Visit www.sfpl.org/stemchallenge for more resources.


This is a Making & Creative Arts program from SFPL. Create clothes, robots and so much more. All materials provided, unless noted.

The Bay Area Science Festival is an annual celebration of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Organized by the Science and Health Education Partnership at UCSF, the Festival features hundreds of online activities, provocative conversations and virtual tours of cutting-edge facilities, all designed to connect residents with the region’s scientists and engineers.


ATTENDING PROGRAMS

Questions about the program or problems registering? Contact sfplcpp@sfpl.org. For accommodations (such as ASL interpretation or captioning), call (415) 557-4557 or contact accessibility@sfpl.org. Requesting at least 72 hours in advance will help ensure availability.


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This program uses a third-party website link. By clicking on the third-party website link, you will leave SFPL's website and enter a website not operated by SFPL. This service may collect personally identifying information about you, such as name, username, email address, and password. This service will treat the information it collects about you pursuant to its own privacy policy. We encourage you to review the privacy policies of each third-party website or service that you visit or use, including those third parties with whom you interact through our Library services. For more information about these third-party links, please see the section of SFPL’s Privacy Policy describing Links to Other Sites.