This post is sponsored by Nakturnal, but all opinions within are 100% my own.
You may have seen the term STEM learning across the internet a couple times since becoming parents. For those of you who haven’t or just don’t know what exactly it means, let me do a quick crash course for you.
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. These four subjects are usually taught separately but STEM education combines them together. The goal of a STEM education is to find solutions to real life problems using those four subjects, hoping that the students will find a passion for them and go for careers in those fields. Because you can never have too many scientists or engineers, right?
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