Parents and children gathered on Sunday, April 23 at the Tustin community center marketplace for the third annual Orange County Science and Engineering Week.
Participants bustled around, either heading into closed-off rooms for academic competitions or exploring the main area, where many interactive booths were set up. The students, ranging from elementary to middle school kids, were encouraged to visit the booths and participate in the variety of activities by completing a scavenger hunt.
The instructions of the OCSEW STEAM Scavenger Hunt were handed out on a small half-sheet of paper, detailing the steps needed to collect a prize.
OC coder was one of the organizations at the booths part of the scavenger hunt, hosting Cookie Butter Programming. Participants wrote instructions for volunteers to make a sandwich. Over 100 slices of bread and 4 jars of cookie butter were used.