Wonderful Robots for STEM Learning – #PCA16 Day 5


Today is DAY 5 of a special Podcast Awards edition of The Wired Homeschool. Over the next 15 days I’ll be sharing 15 ideas for including STEM and STEAM learning in your homeschooling. I want to quickly announce a programming change: all the previous episodes will now be available. You can find them all here.

Let’s get started!

Wonderful Robots

I’ve mentioned the fun little robots in the past. We’ve had Dash & Dot from Wonder Workshop for some time now and my kids still ask me on a regular basis to use them. While this is more costly than previous suggestions, Dash & Dot are a great investment for young kids interested in robotics and programming.

STEM or STEAM Categories

Technology and Mathematics are the STEM categories your kids will use most and they can get artistic by decorating their robots.

How to Vote

Visit PodcastAwards.com, checkmark the podcasts that get your vote, fill out the brief form, and confirm your vote via email. That’s it! It only takes a minute or two. You may also consider voting for these podcasts too.

Resourceful Designer
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