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STEM Activity Series - Introduction

Editor note: Next Gen Partnered with the College of New Caledonia. Students in their ENGL-120 class have to write a blog focused on what Next Gen does. The student Jennifer Lee went above and beyond on this post. Her article was well-written and so comprehensive that I decided to turn it into a series. For the next 4 weeks, you will be reading Jennifer's posts that contain very good activities to do with your children and an analysis of what your children can learn from the experiment. I hope you all enjoyed it as I did. Thank you very much for your hard work Jennifer :D

Preschoolers and kindergarteners are naturally curious, inquisitive, and energetic. At this stage, they learn the world around them through play, exploration, and hands-on experiences. As parents or teachers, it is the best opportunity to use their energy for something educational and beneficial by providing STEAM activities. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. These are essential subjects to help our future generation become creative, problem-solvers, and critical thinkers. In this blog post, let’s explore these five STEAM activities to help our young learners become engaged, focused, and have fun while they learn.

The activities to be presented will be divided into materials, instructions and skills learned, a comprehensive way for any parent to have fun while teaching their children the wonders of STEAM.

I hope you enjoy the upcoming articles as we did create them :D

Written by Jennifer Lee

College of New Caledonia Student

Digital Content Creation Course

Professor Melanie Law

Edited by Nikolas Zetouni

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