I expect you’ve got a LEGO lover or two in your house? LEGO is such a wonderful resource to spark creativity, imaginative play and fun! Today I’m sharing some exciting Minute To Win It LEGO Games and the chance to win an awesome new book 365 Things To Do With LEGO Bricks.
Would your kids enjoy a Spooky Pop-Up STEAM challenge for Halloween? This STEAM project is lots of fun and great for kids of all ages.
I simply must tell you about this exciting new book STEAM Kids. On special offer for this week only it is bursting with a year full of exciting STEAM projects for kids, like this fun Milk Plastic Jewellery! As a mum and as a teacher this book will have a permanent place on my bookshelf and I just know you’ll love it too. A fantastic way to nurture your little learners!
Do your kids enjoy playing with water? Here are 16 exciting STEM activities based on fun water play ideas that kids will love, love, love! All of these water play STEM projects will get kids immersed and hands on with the important curriculum areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. Perfect educational fun for Summer!
Swing, spin, drip, splatter…we LOVE this LEGO® Pendulum Painting activity and just know that you will too! It’s from a brand new book I can’t wait for you to see…”The Unofficial Guide To Learning With LEGO”. Bursting with over 100 ways to create, play and learn with LEGO this book is a must have!
Inspire kids to develop skills in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math with these 16 Toy Making STEM Projects. Kids will love to make, learn and play!
Stick Raft Building STEM Project. Can you build a raft that really floats? How much weight can your stick raft carry? Can your raft cope in a real stream? This STEM challenge is great fun for kids and a super way to get them stretching and developing their skills and engaging with Nature.
Here’s a fun challenge…can you build a nest using natural materials just like real birds do? NO GLUE OR TAPE ALLOWED!!! This “Make A Birds Nest” STEAM project is a fun way to challenge your kids and get them testing out their ideas and problem solving.