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STEM young_learnersSet learning in motion for your PreK through 3rd grader during Marvelous Motion Safari Saturday, March 2, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Millard Oakley STEM Center at Tennessee Tech University.
Young learners and their families will enjoy engaging, interactive experiences while exploring the concepts of centrifugal force, friction, momentum, kinetic energy and more.
“We are so pleased that families with young children are taking advantage of the fun and exciting learning activities we offer through the Safari Saturday program,” said Jane Baker, TTU professor in early childhood education and Safari coordinator. “The family-centered environment makes those ‘a-ha’ moments of discovery extremely special.”
Admission to Safari Saturdays is free but requires reservations. The Safari experience is a flexible event, allowing visitors to come and go as schedules allow. Older siblings are welcome. A parent or guardian must remain with children at all times.
To make a reservation, visit <> .
The Oakley STEM Center offers a variety of programs for learners of all ages. For more information, visit <>  or contact Jonathon Riggsbee at (931) 372-6573.
The Oakley STEM Center is located in Ray Morris Hall on the campus of Tennessee Tech at 155 W. 7th Street, at the corner of 7th and Stadium Drive in Cookeville.