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S.T.E.M. - S.T.E.A.M. Education
STEM - STEAM education allows children to build a solid foundation in science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.
Project-based learning promotes 21st century education, equips children with critical thinking, problem solving, creativity and collaborative skills. Helps them understand and apply math and science content, the foundations for success in school.
Holiday Camp STEM Projects
The Benefits of Project-based Learning
STREAM-based projects are incorporated into the curriculum
- Intellectually engaged, absorbed and challenged.
- Engaged in interactions- discussion, participation in planning of work
- Involved in investigations of their own environment
- Taking initiative in a range of activities, responsible for what is accomplished.
- Having confidence in their own intellectual powers and their own questions.
- Helping others to find out things and to understand them better.
- Making suggestions to others, expressing appreciation of others' efforts and accomplishments.
- Applying their developing basic literacy and numeracy skills in purposeful ways.
Project Based Multi-Sensory Experiences
Lemon Volcano Experiment
S.T.E.M & S.T.E.A.M EDUCATION
STEAM activities are interactive, and exploration based, they provide many opportunities for children to be actively involved.
Children are natural sciencetists, they try to figure out just how things works by observing- exploring, classifying- predicting- experimenting- communicating.
S T E A M - S is for Science
Benefits of science is the development of scientific thinking.
A strong foundation, for later understanding of abstract science concepts.
Science activities emphasize on hands-on experiences.
Science experiment stimulates cognitive learning.
S T E A M - T is for Technology
When we think of technology, cell phones and computers often come to mind.
Technologies provide children to demonstrate their creativity and learning
Children explore, create and communicate using a variety of media- crayons, paints, blocks, dramatic play materials etc.
These simpler technologies allow children to understand how tools help us accomplish tasks.
Children can see the cause and effect behind them, like how adding wheels below a large object makes it easier to move, or how raising a ramp makes a ball roll faster.
S T E A M - E is for Engineering
What is Engineering?
Engineering applies science, math, and technology to solving problems.
Engineering is using materials, designing, crafting, and building – it helps us understand how and why things work
When children design and build with blocks or put together railroad tracks, they are acting as engineers.
When they figure out how to pile sticks and rocks to block a stream of water or how objects fit together, they are engineering.
S T E A M - A is for Arts
A creative mindset is critical for STEM lessons. That is why the arts was added to STEM to become STEAM
Research shows that early experience with creative arts supports cognitive development and increases self-esteem
Drawing and play-acting allow them to express what they know and feel, even before they can read or write.
• Arts develop children's creativity and self-confidence, learn new ways to
perceive the world.
Mix and match colors, sketching, painting, and crafting through a fun and interesting way.
S T E A M - M is for Mathematics
Mathematical concepts are established through simple exercises of patterns and sequencing as we group, sort, classify, graph.
Math is number and operations, measurement, patterns, geometry and spatial sense.
Children explore everyday mathematics, including informal knowledge of "more" and "less," shape, size, sequencing, volume, and distance.
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