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Sunday
Jun112017

The Top Summer Home Activity for Kids

This summer, a parent's goal is to get their child to have fun and still learn something.

Little Passports

Little Passports is a subscription box that enables your child to "travel" around their world learning about different cultures and people.

Little Passports also have created a Science Expeditions version subscription.  This opens their eyes to the mystery of science through activities.  This enables your child to do simple and fun science experiments at home. 

 

Wonder Workshop 

Kids love electronics.  Wonder Workshop teaches kids about robotics and coding in a very fun and creative way.  Learning to code at a young age enables coding to be a native language for kids.  Simply, kids are taught to code through play.

 

Surprise Ride 

Surprise Ride is another great option for summer.  Surprise Ride is a subscription box that "unplugs" the kids. Surprise Ride activites are designed around STEM, geography, history, and art. Each Learning Kit comes with a book, healthy snack, all supplies for one activity, easy instructions, learning guides, fun facts, parents learning guide, and a few fun extras.

 

Academics in a Box Inc

Groovy Lab in a Box in partnership with Popular Mechanics presents subscriptions boxes with everything to learn about and do hands on STEM experiements.  Groovy Lab in a Box, in a fun way, allows your child to enhance their critical problem solving skills, creativity, and create invention.

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