***Disclosure: I received a prize package as well, but all opinions are my own. Prizing & samples courtesy of Snapology open to US addresses only***
STEM learning is all the rage right now. Did you know that your kiddos are actually learning when they are playing with their LEGO® bricks, K’Nex and current technology like laptops and iPads? The key is to have them use their creative minds to build and invent. That’s where STEM and Snapology come in.
What is Snapology?
Snapology is the premier partner for STEAM programs, offering year-round programs in schools, community facilities, homes and in our Discovery Centers (select locations only). Kids have so much fun in our classes and camp activities that they don’t even realize they’re learning STEM / STEAM concepts. Find a Snapology Center Near you! Last, but not least they also offer amazing franchise opportunities that are affordable, flexible and can provide quick profitability.
We’ve all heard that old saying: happy kids = happy parents and it’s quite true. With places like Snapology our kiddos can go to birthday parties, afterschool care, summer camps, field trips, and so much more. However, at a place like Snapology, our kiddos are learning while having fun. Which is a BONUS for us as parents. It’s been proven that kids learn more whe they are actively designing, creating, interacting and inventing.
What exactly is STEM Learning?
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM, previously SMET) is a term that refers to the academic disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. STEM supports broadening the study of engineering within each of the other subjects, and beginning engineering at younger grades, even elementary school.
Snapology In Action
Check out these kids actively learning and creating at a Snapology Center:
Enter The Giveaway
Enter below to have the kiddo in your life learning STEM while playing and building a super fun and creative LEGO® set!
One (1) winner receives:
LEGO® brick set of the Snapology Mascot Sebastian Gator