Full S.T.E.M. Ahead for Toddlers

We were looking for additional learning resource with structure to introduce S.T.E.M. to our 4-year-old son. His older sister found Let’s Learn: S.T.E.M 1 & 2 and we love it. Our son has been glued to the videos and can’t get enough. He watches the DVD’s in the car, at home and asks for quiet time while viewing. We lucked out and found the double DVD set at Walmart for $12.98. They are usually retail for $8.98 each.

This Nickelodeon DVD set is the perfect STEM set for both boys and girls!
STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education. It focuses on these areas together not only because the skills and knowledge in each discipline are essential for student success, but also because these fields are deeply intertwined in the real world and in how students learn most effectively.

Let's Learn Stem 1
Let’s Learn: S.T.E.M. includes the following episodes: (Excerpts from Nick)

Blaze and the Monster Machines – Tool Duel
“Crusher steals all of Gabby’s tools, and Blaze must help her retrieve them so she can repair the Monster Machines.”
PAW Patrol – Pups Save an Ace/Pups Save the Wedding
“Skye and the Pups must save a stunt pilot and her plane; the Pups help Farmer Yumi prepare for her wedding day.”
Bubble Guppies – Build Me a Building
“The Bubble Guppies learn about construction while building a doghouse for Bubble Puppy.”
Team Umizoomi – Let’s Play Math Dragons
“The team goes into the video game “Math Dragons”. In order to win, they must collect three dragon eggs before they fall into traps. ”
Dora the Explorer – School Science Fair
“Dora and her new friend Emma are going to the school science fair with their model volcano. ”
Blue’s Clues – Contraptions
“Joe makes a crayon slide; everyone makes a contraption with a different function.”

All the best until next time.



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