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Fun and Educational STEM Programs and Activities for Kids

June 10th, 2024|

STEM programs and activities for kids come in many forms inside and outside the classroom. Hands-on science and engineering activities hold a prominent place for them. Kids love mixing things to see what happens during science experiments and activities. Simple kitchen science using everyday ingredients is an easy way to introduce basic scientific concepts...

The Best STEM Summer Camps for Kids

June 1st, 2024|

STEM summer camps are becoming increasingly popular for kids who want to explore science, technology, engineering, and math in an immersive setting outside of school. These camps provide hands-on learning experiences that spark creativity and curiosity in fields shaping the future. When looking for the best STEM summer camp options, there are a few key things that parents should consider.

STEM Summer Camps to Unlock Potential

May 5th, 2024|

As summer approaches, many parents are seeking enriching experiences to keep their children engaged and learning outside of the classroom. One option gaining popularity is STEM summer camps, which offer a unique blend of education and fun for young learners. STEM summer camps also help prevent learning loss and keep young minds engaged.

Understanding STEM and STEAM Education

February 11th, 2024|

In today’s rapidly evolving world, the demand for skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) continues to grow. STEM education aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to tackle complex problems, innovate, and thrive in a technology-driven society. However, in recent years, there has been a push to incorporate the arts into STEM education, giving rise to the STEAM movement.

A Targeted Approach

STEAM Academies aims to heighten K-8 students’ interest and enhance their skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEM and Art).

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. . . these young scientists and engineers teach us something beyond the specific topics that they’re exploring. They teach us how to question assumptions; to wonder why something is the way it is, and how we can make it better. And they remind us that there’s always something more to learn, and to try, and to discover, and to imagine — and that it’s never too early, or too late to create or discover something new.

– President Obama 

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