Junior Engineering Challenge

by  Children's Museum of Atlanta

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Students love building, discovering, and
creating things. Inspired by the book
Rosie Revere Engineer, this workshop gives
aspiring engineers the opportunity to create
something extraordinary with simple
everyday objects.

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About This Program


By Request: $201.47

All virtual programs are presented live, with storytimes and/or instruction for hands-on activities and time for Q & A with students.

(Optional) At an additional charge, a classroom supply box with all materials for up to 25 students will be mailed to the school after booking a workshop.

Reservations must be made at least four (4) weeks in advance in order to better your chances of securing your preferred date. Dates sell out quickly. A 50% non-refundable deposit is due two weeks after the time of booking.


30-45 minutes

Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) Pre-K Students, Kindergarten, 1, 2, 3Public Library: Library Patrons

Minimum participants:


Maximum participants:

25 *Additional fee for more participants

Primary Disciplines

Literacy, Reading, Sciences

Program Delivery Mode

Videoconference – Webcam/desktop (Zoom, Google Meet, Cisco WebEx, GoToMeeting, Microsoft Teams, etc...)

Booking Information

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9 AM; 10 AM; 11 AM; 12 PM EST

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Receive this program and 9 more for one low price when you purchase the CILC Virtual Expeditions package. Learn more

For more information contact CILC at (507) 388-3672

Provider's Cancellation Policy

Call as soon as possible to cancel or change a reservation. Reservations are held with a 50% non-refundable deposit. Organizations must cancel within 4 weeks of the scheduled program to apply the deposit to a different date within the same school year. Rescheduling a program is based on availability. Cancellations made less than 2 weeks prior to visit will result in forfeiture of 50% deposit.ps

About This Provider

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Children's Museum of Atlanta

Atlanta, GA
United States

Our History

Children’s Museum of Atlanta is a nonprofit organization founded in 1988. In 2003, we opened a permanent Children’s Museum in Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park. Since opening, Children’s Museum of Atlanta has become the city's premier source of hands-on and exploratory learning for young children, a recognized authority on children’s informal learning, a committed advocate on behalf of children, and a signature element in Atlanta’s cultural landscape. CMA receives 200,000+ guests annually and has welcomed over 2 million visitors to date. Children’s Museum of Atlanta is the only educational venue of its kind in Atlanta.

Our Mission: To change the world by sparking every child’s imagination, sense of discovery and learning through the power of play.

Children’s Museum of Atlanta is a nonprofit 501(c)(3)

Kenna Martinez

Program Details


1. Program begins with a story-time.
2. Discussion about engineers and engineering.
3. Participants build their very own toy.
4. Time is allowed for questions and answers.


The participant will:
-Explore the importance of engineering.
-Compare the varieties of uses of engineering.
-Follow instructions to build a toy from everyday items.

Standards Alignment

State Standards

Georgia Early Learning & Development Standards Met:
PDM6: The child will demonstrate fine motor skills.
Standard APL3: The Child will sustain attention to a specific activity and demonstrate persistence.
APL1: The child will demonstrate initiative and self-direction.
APL2: The child will demonstrate interest and curiosity.
CLL2: The child will acquire vocabulary introduced in conversation, activities, stories, and/or books.
CD-CP1: The child will demonstrate awareness of cause and effect.
CD-CP2: The child will use prior knowledge to build knowledge.
CD-CP3: The child will demonstrate problem solving skills
Georgia Standards of Excellence Standards Met
SKP1. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to describe objects in terms of the
materials they are made of and their physical attributes.
SKP2. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to compare and describe different
types of motion.
S2P2. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to explain the effect of a force (a
push or a pull) in the movement of an object (changes in speed and direction).
S4P3. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about the relationship between
balanced and unbalanced forces