Learning Carnival with 3D Printer for STEM coming to OC

3D Printer for STEM in OC

 3D Printer for STEM

STEAM Carnival

Twitter: #ipsfsteam

The Irvine Public Schools Foundation will be hosting a STEAM Carnival at the Market Place in Tustin, California on July 18th from 2 PM to 7PM. The carnival was designed to introduce subject matter relating to Science, Technology, Education, Art, and Math (STEAM) in ways that are fun and engaging for children. With an early-bird price of just $5.00 per ticket the STEAM Carnival is an affordable way to burn off some of your child’s pent up summer vacation energy. Even better, children under the age of 3, or those who wear their 2015 Summer Enrichment Academy t-shirts will be admitted free!

Here are just some of the things that the STEAM Carnival will have on hand for children to discover, learn, and play:

  • Virtual Reality
  • 3D Printing
  • Robotics
  • Minecrafting
  • Software Coding
  • Maker Crafting
  • Life Sized Foosball
  • Gigantic Jenga

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Why Should you Support the IPSF?

The IPSF is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds to improve the Irvine public school system. Among other things, the IPSF helps to pay for teachers and other educators whose positions the state of California do not fund but are nonetheless considered important or necessary to the delivery of high quality education. Supporting the IPSF STEAM Carnival helps to fund things like classroom support so that children can enjoy reasonable class sizes, science and reading enrichment, music teachers, college counselors, nurses and health clerks. Some of the things that the IPSF funds include:

  • Art, Music, Science and Math
  • Classroom Support to reduce the impact of larger class sizes
  • Afterschool Classroom Enrichment courses
  • Class size reduction in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 9th grades
  • Middle and High School College Prep Seminars
  • Summer Enrichment Classes
  • Professional cultural development for teachers
  • Classroom grants for teachers
  • Health clerks and health curriculum
  • Instrument Rental program- Proceeds go back to music programs
  • Instructional and Counseling Support in grades 4-12. Download this informative flier for more information: STEAM Carnival flier

3D Printer for STEM

3D printer for STEM

Airwolf 3D will hold a 3D Printer for STEM exhibit where students can get a close look at a 3D printer in action.  Parents and educators will learn the advantages of using a 3D printer for STEAM instruction; and Airwolf 3D staff will be on hand to answer any 3D printing question, big or small. Some of the topics to be covered in the 3D Printer for STEM exhibit include:

  • Elements of Computer Aided Design
  • Understanding Geometry in 3D printing and design
  • Understanding Physics in 3D printing and design
  • Applications of 3D printing and design in Art
  • Explanation of file “slicing”
  • Characteristics of modern 3D printing materials
  • Common uses of 3D printing
  • The future of 3D printing in industry and commerce

Additionally, Airwolf 3D maintains a growing library of free lesson plans for educators to teach STEM/STEAM coursework. All lesson plans were painstakingly developed by Airwolf 3D STEM Consultant, John Stevens who identified the course objectives and ensured that each course conforms to Common Core standards. These high quality lesson plans take all of the guesswork out of using a 3D printer for STEM research. If you would like to learn more about what makes Airwolf 3D the best line of 3D printers for education, visit here: THE BEST 3D PRINTER FOR SCHOOLS AND EDUCATION


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 2015 IPSF STEAM Carnival


Irvine Public Schools Foundation STEAM Carnival


Conference: July 18, 2015

2 PM – 7 PM


The Market Place

2661 El Camino Real

Tustin, CA 92782

The Market Place in Tustin
The Market Place in Tustin


 Educators, Parents, Students, Engineers, Artists, Mathematicians, Scientists, Gamers

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