4 Ways to Introduce STEM in Early Childhood

Imagine planning to build a tall and strong building. Once you’ve chosen the perfect location and prepped the site, there’s nothing else to do but build. But where do you begin? Where should you plant the structure’s foundation? The answer is most certainly not the fourth or fifth floor. Similarly, parents and educators should not wait until students turn four or five years old before beginning to provide STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education. The best time to begin is when children are at their most active learning stage – from ages one to three years.


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