During the earliest years, infants and toddlers develop 700 neural connections every second. These biologically driven neurological processes and natural curiosity of how the world works make early childhood an optimal time to introduce children to scientific inquiry.
Continuing our mission to provide STEM learning opportunities for students in pre-kindergarten through the 8th grade, we’re thrilled to announce updated versions of our two STEM programs. These programs are equipped with a variety of reusable engineering materials that range from basic building blocks to programmable robotics.
Introducing STEM into the class curriculum before the age of eight can have a significant impact on a student’s academic success for years to come. Historically, standardized academic achievements have placed a lot of emphasis on literacy in early childhood education, and less emphasis on STEM curriculum.