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Get Your #Mindblown for National STEAM Day

Celebrate National STEM/STEAM Day in style with these fun activities.

Updated November 8, 2021

November 06, 2020

The growing awareness around the importance of STEAM is a reflection of our constantly changing world. With new technologies released every day, it is important to encourage students to become well versed in the fields of science, technology, engineering, art, and math. While a heavy emphasis is put on school curriculums, there is so much learning that can be done outside of the classroom as well! Here are some entertaining ways to keep kids learning–all disguised as having fun!

#Mindblown Projects

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Solar Robot Engineering Set

Ultimate Science Experiment Kit

Reversible Planetarium Space Projector

It’s Robot Building Time!

This 12-in-1 Solar Robot Engineering Set is sure to capture the imagination of your budding robot builder. Not only does this bot have a working motorized engine, it is fully powered by the sun!

Science Rocks

For those looking to better understand some of the science of the natural world, look no further than the Ultimate Science Experiment Kit. Excavate gemstones, build a volcano and even create slime. Making a mess in the name of science and learning isn’t only acceptable, it’s encouraged here!

Start Your Engines

Get your gears moving in more ways than one with this Toy Model Engine Kit. Complete with moving motor parts and LED lights, this buildable engine will encourage creativity and critical thinking skills. The clear outer case of the engine allows you to look inside at all of the parts and pieces as they work together to power up.

In A Galaxy Close Close to Home…

Blow the mind of any future astronaut with the 2-in-1 Reversible Planetarium Space Projector. Gaze at the stars and planets as they are projected onto the walls and ceiling of the room. Learn about different galaxies, cosmic occurrences and everything to infinity and beyond!

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