Bricks 4 Kidz STEM Blog
“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 →
Did you know the summer slide has drawn the attention of educators for over 100 years? Research from as early as 1906 has addressed the concern. We often hear about how much learning students lose during the summer months. And lots of research has been done on the...Continue Reading →
When you think back to learning math in elementary school, you probably remember sitting at a desk crunching numbers on paper, working through problems with a sharp pencil in hand. If you were lucky, you might have been able to use a calculator or another tool such as...Continue Reading →
Storms are major summer events, especially when you're a kid. When a big system rolls in, the experience can range anywhere from exciting to terrifying. Try some of these easy weather projects at home to help your child understand how these systems work and what...Continue Reading →
One large bin of LEGO Bricks contains almost endless possibilities to create and build new worlds. One type of project that builds on kids' STEM skills (science, technology, engineering and math) is creating a scale model of a place that’s near and dear to their...Continue Reading →
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