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I've got to tell you that STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) does NOT come naturally to me. I'm a history/literature kind of a person, and it still boggles my mind that I am a robotics coach. (What we do for our kids-seriously!)
If you are like me, and you want to bring more STEM into your family culture or afterschooling, I've got a ton of great ideas for you that have really worked well for my family- and that don't require me to be a science whiz!
Most of us probably know about Snap Circuits, Magformers, Scratch and other common STEM toys. But here are some other ideas you might not be as familiar with:
For Younger Children
STEM For Tweens and Teens
However you try to bring STEM into your home, I really believe it will pay back dividends. Our world is changing. We can fight it, or we can try to get ahead of the curve and take advantage of the changes. It's accessible to everyone, pretty much everywhere, and there are options for a variety of budgets. Best of all, you DON'T need to be a smarty-pants parent to make it work in your home.
Hi, I'm Jen! I adore chocolate, I'd rather read than clean my house, and I haven't seen my abs in I-don't-know-how-long. But I love my husband and kids to death and try to Raise The Good within myself and my family by making wise and uplifting media choices and having a deliberate family culture. You are probably doing the same thing. Let's share what works with each other!
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