The theme of this month’s top 10 is fun and new ways for your kids to get into STEM. We have everything from programming robots to cooking. Enjoy!
It’s always amazing hearing about the initiative that some kids will take in order to pursue what they feel is right. This article talks about a young teen that is pushing to create an inclusive program for teaching kids how to code.
Coding isn’t only an incredibly fun and useful skill to learn. It’s also great at teaching other soft and hard skills, some of which include critical thinking, attention to detail, and creativity!
If, like me, your kid is a huge Disney fan, they may want to take a look at one of Disney’s newest releases: Codeillusion. It’s a fun way to learn how to code that incorporates your favorite Disney characters and scenes!
Ever wondered what happened to maker spaces during quarantine? Now you don’t have to. Makerspaces are going virtual and are making sure to keep it interesting and engaging!
Upon invention, nobody could have expected how heavily Apple technology would be integrated in schools all around the world. See how iPads are revolutionizing the classrooms in Scotland for 6000 students.
With coding having become so central to the standard operation of all modern businesses, it’s no wonder people are running to pick up some programming skills. Not only do programming skills make people a much more valuable employee, but they teach them skills that benefit other areas of their lives.