When you're brainstorming ideas for a science project - think LEGO®! Incorporating LEGO® Bricks into your experiment will make it more colorful and certainly more fun! They can play a small role or be prominently featured, but either way they'll... (Read More)
Your toddler or teen may or might not grow up to be a scientist. Even so, developing scientific thinking skills at a young age will help them with early learning, later in school, and eventually in whatever profession they choose! You can help your... (Read More)
"What can I dooooooo?"
You'll never hear that complaint of boredom ever again with a bit of creativity and planning. One fun way to quell the question is to create a Boredom Jar. This site has a great list of ideas, but it's best to adjust the... (Read More)
If your kids are like many, they have participated, at least briefly, in activities at school that expose them to coding. Hour of Code events are being held in schools all over the world. But, is it enough? According to a Gallup research study... (Read More)
What do you think of when you imagine a person with a job in a STEM field? These careers don't necessarily involve crunching numbers or working in a lab. There are so many incredible, unexpected jobs to be had with an education in science... (Read More)
Want your kids to understand business concepts like supply and demand, profit, and more? Let them venture into the business world themselves! There's no better way than to learn by experience.
Lemonade and more: Let's just start with the obvious... (Read More)
School days and extracurricular activities bring packed calendars and stressed parents. It doesn't have to be that way! It's important for families to find ways to prevent stress and unwind to maintain productivity -- and sanity!
Communicate: A... (Read More)
There is so much in the news these days about STEM education and how it benefits young people and prepares them for life and rewarding jobs. Do kids just wake up one day interested in science and technology? Maybe. But, what if there were ways to... (Read More)
Women consistently exceed men in numbers of bachelor degrees earned, but even so, men exceed women in degrees earned in STEM fields. Why is that? Many believe that subtle messages that girls receive from the time they’re very young could instill... (Read More)