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In today’s technology-powered society it is more important than ever that students aren’t just passive consumers but are in control of the tech around them.
Coding for kids has therefore become an increasingly important topic in education, with tons of online coding classes for kids being offered to parents. Find out which courses we think are most worth your time and money below.
We all want our kids to read more, but let’s face it – sometimes finding new and exciting books for them to read can be difficult and time-consuming,
Luckily, there are kids book clubs that, with the click of a button, can deliver fresh and fun books right to your door each month.
In fact, there are so many children’s book of the month clubs out there that it can be hard to find one that’s right for your needs. To help out, we took a look to find the best of the best.
Looking very much like a cool toy, programmable STEM robotics kits can teach kids a great deal about the world of science and tech without boring them to tears.
As they program these robots to whiz around your living room, kids will learn important concepts in coding, electronics and engineering in a fun, exciting way.
Here are some of the best robot kids that we think will keep your kids engaged and learning.
Monthly science kits for kids can be a pressure-free and fun way to get kids involved in science.
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