Bricks 4 Kidz STEM Blog
It can be tempting to give schedules the boot when the kids are out of school for summer. However, sticking to a schedule is actually better for them (and will make your life much easier). Of course, with the longer days and – hopefully – slower pace, your schedule...Continue Reading →
On October 14, 1947, Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier in a plane nicknamed Glamorous Glennis, an X-1 rocket plane built by the Bell Aircraft Company. At the time, it was a feat considered impossible. (Did you know the speed of sound actually varies depending on...Continue Reading →
When you’re a kid, what’s second best to learning to fly? Learning to control a flying machine that can climb several hundred feet in the air while filming the landscape below. Learning to fly and work with drones holds many exciting possibilities for kids. In fact,...Continue Reading →
Summer may not officially begin until June 21, but most kids (and adults too, if we’re honest) start anticipating it much sooner. Memorial Day is often considered the unofficial start, but with graduation activities and other end-of-year events starting even before...Continue Reading →
“Play is a child’s work,” is a quote that’s attributed to a long line of famous educators, from Maria Montessori to Fred Rogers. It’s not that playtime is actual work, of course, but the meaning behind that phrase is that play is meaningful and has an important...Continue Reading →
As a devoted teacher, you’ve spent the school year helping your students master new concepts, increase their knowledge and get ready to tackle the next grade level. Before you set them loose into the freedom of summer, it’s not a bad idea to give parents a friendly...Continue Reading →
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