Live Virtual Events 2022

Live Virtual STEAM Events- Schedule and Free Registration Below

Live virtual events are for elementary school students during Massachusetts STEM Week (October 17-21, 2022). Each event would require you to have a projector or smart board or device to broadcast the Zoom to your classroom or household. Scroll to see the full schedule of free live virtual events, and click the link below to register!

Monday October 17th

10:00 am – 10:45 am  iRobot’s Cool Stuff Museum Tour
Explore over 30 years of robotics history with the iRobot Education team. Experience the iRobot Cool Stuff Museum through the lens of a mobile robot while our team brings robotics and computer science to life. You’ll learn about our robots, what they do and the jobs that go into making them. The tour will be live, narrated and on Zoom with plenty of time for questions. It takes about 30-40 min. (

Tuesday October 18th

10:00 am – 10:45 am Make It Modular with Tinkercad (Autodesk)
Get hands-on with Tinkercad to create a new use for a shipping container that improves the health of your community! (

Wednesday October 19th

10:00 am – 10:45 am Make a Glowing Laser-Cut sign with Einstein’s Workshop
Together, we will design a sign on computer, watch the laser cutter turn our ideas into reality, and finally add light to make the sign glow! (

Thursday October 20th

10:00 am – 10:45 am Build a 3D Mars Rover with BlocksCAD!
Put on your helmets and countdown to launch! Join BlocksCAD instructor Scott during this workshop, where you will use 3D geometric shapes to construct a replica of NASA’s Perseverance rover! You will learn the foundations of blocks-based coding and discover cool facts about NASA’s mission to Mars while creating your 3D model! Coding doesn’t have to be complicated, come join the fun and blast off with BlocksCAD! (

Friday October 21st

10:00 am – 10:45 am Make Gliders with Girlstart
Hoop Glider – Create your own glider using only two items; paper and a straw! This hoop glider flies surprisingly well using principles of aerodynamics. Ring Wing Glider – Today you will use engineering design principles to turn a piece of paper into an experimental wing for a new type of aircraft designed to be more economical and efficient than today’s airliners. (