Teaching STEAM helps children become more proficient in collaboration, questioning, problem-solving, and critical thinking. But how do makerspaces fit in? The maker movement is largely associated with STEAM learning. Spend some time exploring Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math this week!
Here are some suggestions for fun things to do as a family in the world of STEAM:
- Build something like a catapult, volcano or a robotic hand!
- Make slime, here's a couple of recipes without glue or fluffy slime.
- Grow your own crystal geode!
- If you're not afraid of things getting messy, try making a bottle rocket.
- Check out any of the great activities from Let's Talk Science STEM at Home.