STEAM is science, technology, engineering, and mathematics combined with the arts. It is a learning approach that can help young learners develop critical analysis skills, problem-solving, and creativity. Learning this way could prepare the kids for a brighter future while overcoming any challenge that may come their way. That said, you may want to consider letting your kids enjoy STEAM workshops at least once a week to let them experience design-based learning. Some learning facilities that specialize in STEAM learning offer workshops every Friday night, and they span around 1.5 to 3 hours.
Make Friday nights less boring
Learning does not have to be a boring activity when it follows the STEAM method. Through STEAM workshops, kids are engaged in one hands-on project they must complete and take home for an innovative and unique experience.
There are many different STEAM workshops available to kids, where each has unique themes like hydraulics, racing, and drone-building. Rest assured, all are carefully designed, planned, and executed to provide the best STEAM-powered learning experiences.
And because we are talking about the STEAM approach, the ‘arts’ aspect is included as well. Arts and cooking workshops come with options like mixed-media design, textiles, holiday baking championships, canvas painting, and much more.
Fun and imaginative workshops for young learners
STEAM workshops provide a fun and engaging way to experience the concepts of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. They can make Friday nights less stale and encourages creativity in young learners. That way, kids can learn to think outside the box and realize that those concepts are not boring.
If you are looking for STEAM workshops for kids, check out IDEA Lab Kids. We even have a Parent’s Night Out workshop, a way for the grownups to enjoy some time by themselves while the kids are enjoying fun-filled hands-on STEAM activities.