Many parents are concerned that their children are taking too much theory at school with little time for practice. As a result, kids won’t have enough opportunities or experiences for their own exploration and creativity development.
You can ultimately accompany your children to learn STEM at home with a series of tutorials collected or created by the International STEM Association. In this first lesson, you can experiment with making jet cars at home with your children.
Get some recyclables and do it with your kids.
Any questions or difficulties in the process of learning STEM at home with your children or want to learn more about STEM courses, parents can contact ISA for advice and support.
Wishing you a happy time in the project with your children.