Do you have a budding little engineer? I have 5 tips from someone who graduated from MIT with a mechanical engineering degree of things you can expose your child to.
As you and your kids are counting down the days to Christmas, you have to try this awesome Christmas STEM activity where kids get to make their own editable gingerbread/graham cracker houses.
Make some elderberry syrup with your kids this winter as a STEM activity and let them do their own investigative research.
STEM activities aren't just building things and playing games. Let's make things too! Science can start in the kitchen with you and your kids.
Math is everywhere! Having good number sense is essential to good math skills. We took our kids on a field trip to Walmart, & helped learned numbers too.
Do you ever need an excuse to make Rice Krispie treats? If you do, try this great STEM activity -- building bridges with treats and toothpicks!
In order to prepare your child for a math world, you need to train their mind now. Try playing games that exercise their perception and problem solving.
Math facts must be memorized. That's just a fact of life. But it doesn't have to be drills and flash cards -- there are other ways.