From Our Blog: STEM Learning at Home Activity for Kids: Building Bridges

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Children at Bright Horizons preschools learn that STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) is all around us - at school and at home.

Watch as Sarah explains how to conduct the “Building Bridges” learning activity for children. This STEM activity, which only takes 10 minutes to complete and is best suited for toddler or preschool-aged children, will teach your child about engineering, math and the force of gravity. You only need two items to complete this activity: a book about bridges or one that incorporates bridges (Sarah suggests The Three Billy Goats Gruff) and a set of blocks with varying shapes. Watch now:

STEM Learning at Home: Building Bridges

Parent Webinar: A Parent's Guide to STEM Education

The Building Bridges activity is just one of the many ways you can introduce your child to STEM. Join us for our upcoming webinar, A Parent's Guide to STEM Education, to learn more about STEM, the role it plays in setting your child up for future success, as well as activities, books, and games that can help you bring STEM into your everyday life. When: Tuesday, April 25 at 2pm EST Guest Speaker: Dr. Anita Greenberg, CEO, and founder of Science Delights Hosted by: Debbie Hoppy, Director, Education and Curriculum at Bright Horizons

RELATED RESOURCES:

  • Growing Scientists at Bright Horizons: Activities and ideas to encourage scientific curiosity at home
  • Learning at Home: Activities to do at home, for infants through school-age children and parents
  • Bright Horizons Online Community: Science Projects for Toddlers
  • Read more posts about math and science and posts about curriculum from the Family Room bloggers
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