Monday, October 13, 2014

Do you want to raise kids who love science and math? Pick one of the ideas in this post and try them with your kids this week!
12 Brilliant STEM Ideas for Kids 5+

S = Science

Dry Ice and Water

T = Technology

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E = Engineering

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M = Math

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7 comments:

Ticia said...

Math and technology are ones I have a hard time writing about, probably because it's harder to find good interesting things to write about.

maryanne @ mama smiles said...

I love your daughter's wand! Thanks for including our fire experiment.

Deceptively Educational said...

You always share the absolute best STEM activities!

shelah moss said...

You have a great resource for STEM activities here!

jeannine said...

Touches me to see you feature the Jenga Math Game the kiddos made for the children in Cambodia. I can just imagine those sweet little students in Cambodia playing Jenga Math.

Carolin said...

Fantastic ideas. I love the Yenga activity for maths x

Thanks for linking up to our #MondayParentingPinItParty x

Crystal said...

Thanks for featuring our dry ice activities and for linking up to Saturday Science! Swing by again this week :) Great post!