Science, technology, engineering, and math (the "STEM" subjects) are important areas of learning for any student. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 8.6 million STEM-related jobs in the United States, and that figure is climbing.
Children have a natural curiosity. They love to experiment, analyze, build and create connections between what they already know and the fascinating world around them. Fostering an early interest in STEM can build a strong foundation for your child's math and science skills for years to come.
If your child is interested in science, tech, engineering or math, there are a number simple ways to hone their skills at home.
Getting started doesn't require a Ph.D., a ton of time, or sophisticated equipment — just a new perspective for finding real life examples of STEM concepts and an entertaining way to present them. Here's some inspiration to get the ball rolling!
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Article courtesy: www.familyeducation.com