Tinker Thinkers - Libraries
The Children's Museum of Sonoma County has partnered with the Sonoma County Libraries to bring hands-on science, engineering, exploration, and play to your neighborhood library!
What is Tinker Thinkers?
Tinker Thinkers - Libraries is a new science and engineering program sponsored by the Children's Museum of Sonoma County! We currently offer three separate programs for library visits, each geared towards children 5 - 12 years old. Each Tinker Thinkers program begins with a short demonstration of a scientific concept led by Museum staff, followed by hands-on exploration, experimentation, and play for library visitors.
- Matter: What is matter? Is it a solid? Liquid? Gas? You'll find out by playing with some exciting sensory materials, gases, solids, and liquids.
- Electricity & Magnetism: Explore electricity, and how it works, while using magnets and circuits. Build your own circuits to make light, noise and motion!
- Forces & Motion: Let’s find out more about the pushes and pulls that make things go. In this program, children and families learn more about basic physics concepts like friction, gravity, and Newton’s First Law.
- Waves: Coming soon!
Schedule & Information
All information about the Tinker Thinkers - Library programs, including the program schedule, can be found at the Sonoma County Library WEBSITE.
Please reach out directly to the hosting library for specific questions about Tinker Thinkers programming.
For the Public
If you would like your neighborhood library to host a Tinker Thinkers - Libraries program, please reach out to them directly to request it.
If you're a library and want to book a Tinker Thinkers - Libraries program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule.