Children with interests outside of sports and outdoor activities need fulfilling camp experiences too.
Most of us know all about 2 dimensional (2D) printing on a printer which only involved the front and the back of the page, in 3 dimensional (3D) printing the additional dimension is volume. A 3D printer offers you the chance to print 3 dimensional objects like a cup or a doll. Beanz, the magazine for kids, code and computer science, shares some basics about 3D printing:
Future Stars is proud to welcome Josh Arbo as the newest STEAM Director for our Purchase Location. Josh brings with him a wealth of experience including a background in music and a love of science.
Summer will be here soon enough and you will have more time to spend with your children. Here are some fun STEAM activities to try with your kids (some may require parental supervision):
STEAM Powered Family shares a thorough guide to STEM/STEAM activities that will help encourage children's interest in inquiry-based learning through hands-on discovery and meeting children at their ability level. The guide shares:
STEAM Craft Edu shares some interesting thoughts on how to keep girls connected with STEAM. The current reality is that STEAM is of interest to all youngsters until girls get older. So what are some ways to keep girls connected and interested: