Your child thinks summer is a break from education. And while summer can be a break from the classroom, you know it shouldn’t be a break from learning. Active learning puts the child in an activity that deeply engages the brain on many levels. Hands-on activities, practice by doing and critical discussion fall into this category -these projects don’t necessarily feel like learning. That means kids are more likely to want to do them again and again. Translation: no more complaining or fighting with mom and dad!
Bricks 4 Kidz summer camps provide one example of active learning opportunities where hands-on model building allows for math and engineering practice. Select the camp theme of interest to your child — from pirates and dinosaurs to robotics and space adventures. Boys and girls come ready to play and they leave with valuable experience practicing some aspects of STEM