STEM activities are a fun way to get children interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and many schools around the world have introduced it into their curriculum. But what is it? STEM is a problem-based approach to learning that combines knowledge in four areas: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
If you want to nurture a love of these subjects in your children there are a plethora of games and STEM activities to suit all ages.
Snap Circuits Jr. SC-100 Electronics Discovery Kit is a fun and exciting introduction to the world of electronics. The proud winner of the National Parenting Center-Seal of Approval award, Dr. Toy 100 Best Children’s Products and Dr. Toy Best Educational Products, it has over 30 color-coded, real circuit components that kids can snap together to create working electronic devices and circuits. With 101 DIY projects, it gives your child a concrete understanding of how electronics work. A word of caution, you might need to get a set for dad too.
Recommended Age: 8 years and older
The STEM activities in this kit are a fun introduction to the wonderful world of science and exploration, and includes mind-blowing experiments that will entertain the whole family. The Explorer My First Mind Blowing Science Kit teaches children about the natural world with loads of interactive experiments like creating a sunset in a test tube, a colorful volcano or their very own crystals. It includes red cabbage powder, baking soda, three color tablets, vegetable oil, 3 test tubes with a stand, plus a whole lot more. An activity guide is also included.
Recommended Age: Children ages 4 and up with adult supervision
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