Educators know that springtime is invigorating to students. With the promise of summer on the horizon, warmer weather to enjoy outside, and more daylight to take advantage of, students are often full of energy and excitement in the springtime.
There is no shortage of information or resources on STEAM education nowadays. STEAM has become a hot topic among educators across all grade levels nationwide. Even a quick internet search will return thousands of results.
That being said, it can be tricky to sift through all of the options in order to find truly beneficial resources for both students and teachers.
STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math) education is here to stay. With the STEM field constituting approximately 25% of jobs in the United States, the need for engaging and exciting STEAM education is paramount for today’s students to shape a successful future. Fostering a love for STEAM not only inspires innovation but also paves the way for students to achieve STEAM Success, ensuring a brighter tomorrow.
In 2023, over 70% of public K-12 schools offered at least one educational summer program for students (source). Is your school in the majority, or in the minority that have yet to utilize the summer break to introduce supplementary learning opportunities?
Revitalize your school's approach to STEM and STEAM education in 2024. Kick off the year with a burst of energy through captivating and immersive STEAM projects. We've curated our top resources to inspire educators from elementary to eighth grade!
Winter is coming…or it may already be here depending on where you live. Regardless of the climate you’re in, winter brings so many exciting opportunities to participate in seasonal activities. The winter fun doesn’t end on January 1st! You can start celebrating the season now, and continue long after the holidays have ended.
Nearly 10.2 million children in the U.S. participate in afterschool and expanded learning programs according to data from youth.gov. That large swath of the student population uses time in afterschool programs to learn new skills, socialize with their peers, and engage with their passions.