Today, we're going to learn how to make an easy Cross the Road game on Scratch. In this game, the objective is to get your character across a busy road without getting hit. If you make it to the other side unscathed, you win!
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Today we're going to share insight into what STEM robotics is, why it’s important, and where it falls in a STEM education. We'll also reveal some great robotics programs, kits, and competitions so you can jump right into the fun!
STEM competitions and challenges are a great way for students to show off their talent and their interests beyond the classroom. So today we’ve curated a list of competitions for students of all ages, ranging in focus areas from math to the environment.
The actual STEM acronym was originally SMET! In 2001, National Science Foundation biologist and Director of Education for the NSF at the time Judith Ramaley rearranged the letters to form the acronym we know today.
Getting your child the best education should be simple, so we rounded up a list of some of the best free online classes for kids in all sorts of subjects—from science and technology to music, arts, life skills, and more.
When one thinks of prominent figures in Computer Science, it's easy to list off famous men. You've probably heard of Bill Gates. Maybe Alan Turing rings a bell. But did you know that we often attribute the title of "First Computer Programer" to a Miss Ada Lovelace?
Today, we're going to learn how to make a memory matching game in Scratch. This game is a classic for a reason. It's so simple, yet presents a challenge that anyone of any age can enjoy. And best of all, games like these exercise our brain!
Today, we're going to learn how to make a jumping game in Scratch. We'll have some fun building this game, learn a lot of cool strategies, and most importantly, by the end of this tutorial, you'll have an addictive game you can challenge your friends and family with!
Computer Science Education Week is upon us, and that means more opportunities to teach our kids about the machines on which we play and work. From online games to the internet itself, computers are responsible for many of the things we use every day.
Homeschool art classes are a great way to introduce your child to art concepts for both graphic and UX digital design. Plus, they'll learn get to experiment with a range of art materials - all while growing their creativity.