STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. Rather than teach the four disciplines as separate and discrete subjects, STEM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications.  Basically there are four subjects in one. 

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Children would then be encouraged to discuss their hypotheses and results with one another, which develops both core literacy and comprehension skills. Clearly, literacy and STEM subjects complement each other.

 Gets kids excited to learn

Who else remembers the Why? Why? Why? phase of toddlerhood in great detail?. That's why every kid is born with an inherent interest in learning.  STEM is all about answering life’s questions: Where did dinosaurs disappear to? Why does the light bulb goes on when we flip a switch? How does the bridge stay up when we go over it? Why did the cake turn out terrible when we forgot to add baking powder?

When kids’ discover that STEM subjects offer a way to find the answers for their infinite questions, kids get excited to keep questioning, keep learning.

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Breeds curiosity, which strengthens your brain

The brain is like a muscle, and needs exercising to stay strong. STEM give the opportunities fot kids to galore to work their brains and grow into the fantastic thinkers and problem-solvers we know they can be curious forever.

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STEM is cool!

Every day the technology advances more and more.Our little children have to prepare themselves so that tomorrow they know how to face each situation. They will develop their brain in the best way and you know what's the best part? They'll always be having fun because that's what it's all about. They learn having fun.

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Remember is never too late to start making the necessary changes in you're life.

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