Learning should be meaningful and relevant. And FUN! We know that kids will remember more and will be more likely to continue pursuing a subject if it's exciting and interesting.
Some kids are hesitant to seek out STEM courses, workshops or camps... (Read More)
"What can I dooooooo?"
You'll never hear that complaint of boredom ever again with a bit of creativity and planning. One fun way to quell the question is to create a Boredom Jar. This site has a great list of ideas, but it's best to adjust the... (Read More)
Your toddler or teen may or might not grow up to be a scientist. Even so, developing scientific thinking skills at a young age will help them with early learning, later in school, and eventually in whatever profession they choose! You can help your... (Read More)
Want your kids to understand business concepts like supply and demand, profit, and more? Let them venture into the business world themselves! There's no better way than to learn by experience.
Lemonade and more: Let's just start with the obvious... (Read More)
With the push for scientific education in the United States, it seems like STEM concepts are well woven into many facets of kids activities, and sports are no exception! Aerodynamics, physics, biochemistry, statistics and more: sports make these... (Read More)
Once school is out for summer, it seems like time flies and before we know it, we're gearing up to go back! Maximize the summer months with a good balance of learning and fun so that your kids go back to school recharged but with skills still... (Read More)
Ever wonder which LEGO® set has the most bricks? Which is the most costly? How many are produced each day? We've got the answers to some of your most pressing questions!
Which set has the most bricks?
The LEGO® Taj Mahal will keep you busy... (Read More)
Sometimes it's hard for kids to just be kids! They're involved in countless activities and have pressure to accomplish a lot of work and testing at school. It's important for parents to be involved and aware of how their kids are feeling about... (Read More)
One of the most fascinating as well as challenging things about young people is that they don’t all learn the same way. Some students can hear a piece of music and then play it. Others can see flashcards and memorize their multiplication facts... (Read More)