Kids put on their thinking caps for some fun filled learning at the Museum of Aviation Saturday morning. The National STEM Academy held Georgia Kids STEM Day.
STEM in this case means science, technology, engineering and math.
Central Georgian kids from 2nd to 5th grade got the chance to have fun and learn.
They did everything from building a rocket to using a robotic arm.
Director of Education Melissa Spalding says her favorite part of the event is seeing the knowledge that grows in all of the children.
"Students really get excited and encouraged to want to learn more about Stem and learn more about the career opportunities available to them," said Spalding.