STEM Inspired: Summer Learning for Kids, Tweens and Teens
It’s week three of summer school vacation for us. Are the kiddos bored with worksheet activities? Or perhaps they are getting really close? We are not quite there but the excitement to learn during the day is to say the least unenthusiastic. I figured this week we can break up the monotony a little. I plan to bring on a bit of a challenge, particularly for the older kiddos. I aim to inspire future engineers, architects and math minds in general. At the very least they won’t forget how to do math...or science.
High and Middle School:
Select a place in the world to build and research the architectural designs. Or locate different historical monuments or buildings around the world and recreate them using Build with Chrome.
Note: Your teen or tween must sign in to Google Chrome to publish projects. They can also take screenshots of their creations.
Think your teen may need some inspiration? No worries they can check out these tutorials! LEGO Architecture Empire State Building
How To Build-Lego Architecture -Big Ben -London
Elementary:Older You can have your future engineer re-create your house or perhaps their school with Brick Building Game.
Younger Have the younger kiddos refresh their multiplication skills with Patty’s Paints!
KindergartenTired of counting on fingers and toes to learn addition? Well, Flurry of Flavors is a good way to practice addition skills!