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Over 60 Million kids have used Tynker. Should yours?

I’m guessing you’re a 21st century forward thinking parent.  You’ve heard about Hour of Code, and you want to encourage your child to code.  You know that coding fosters creativity, problem solving and innovation.  You’ve read why Apple believes coding should be required in every public school? You understand the why and the what.  You just …

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Digging for Fossils! Our review of National Geographic Mega Fossil Dig Kit

Every month, Amazon.com ships us a new STEM Toy as part of their STEM Toys Subscription club. For $20 a month, you’ll receive a new toy each month that is usually discounted by 25% to 50%. We love it. If you’re considering joining Amazon’s club, please use our affiliate link to sign up. There is no …

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Which paper airplane will fly the farthest?

In fifth grade, elementary students learn about the scientific method including developing a hypothesis, testing using a controlled process and then publishing a conclusion derived from data and analysis. All this is entirely academic until the kids have to perform their science experiment and present their learnings at the science fair. Since Rizwan is halfway …

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Join your kids as explorers of the human body with this amazing book

Recently our good friend, Mya and Yaniv bought Khadija the book, Explore the Human Body, by Luann Colombo.  Every day since, Khadija and I read one or two paragraphs, dramatically increasing both of our knowledge about the human body.  This is a fantastic book for anyone interested in human biology.  It is so detailed and comprehensive …

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