Kate Golden, 10, rode the sling shot, which shoots riders down a 125-foot-long track at Newton's Attic. The nonprofit company uses hands-on fun and games to teach kids engineering, technology and physics. Last week, when Fayette County Public Schools were on spring break, Newton's Attic was a beehive of creative energy.
Kate Golden, 10, rode the sling shot, which shoots riders down a 125-foot-long track at Newton's Attic. The nonprofit company uses hands-on fun and games to teach kids engineering, technology and physics. Last week, when Fayette County Public Schools were on spring break, Newton's Attic was a beehive of creative energy. Herald-Leader
Kate Golden, 10, rode the sling shot, which shoots riders down a 125-foot-long track at Newton's Attic. The nonprofit company uses hands-on fun and games to teach kids engineering, technology and physics. Last week, when Fayette County Public Schools were on spring break, Newton's Attic was a beehive of creative energy. Herald-Leader

Newton's Attic teaches kids engineering through hands-on fun and games

April 05, 2015 4:14 PM