Boost your child’s brain through creative learning
The WIZKIDS CLUB is designed to boost your child’s brain through creative learning. To help them gain a deeper understanding of the relationship between Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. The club was launched by NASA STEAM-certified leader and children’s book author Sumita Mukherjee . It is designed with children aged between 6-12 years of age in mind. The Club is built around a host of compelling activities, experiments, travel stories, DIYS and engineering books.
By signing up to the WIZKIDS CLUB newsletter today, parents can receive regular inspiration for fun and educational activities, contests, ideas and help boost your child’s brain through creative learning.
Accessing the news that will help their children read, tinker, explore and learning more efficiently. There is also a chance for new subscribers to win a free copy of the latest book. Those seeking out new opportunities for their children to make new discoveries, try hands-on projects. Join a global team of inventive young minds may see WIZKIDS CLUB as the perfect solution.
Sumita has travelled the world to enjoy new experiences and learn more about the world around us. Using her knowledge to create mysteries and adventures designed to stimulate children’s minds and help them gain a better grasp of all relevant fields. STEAM is based on the idea that learning stands to be more effectively when each area is fused into a unified learning model rather than taught individually. The model is based on real-life, practical applications and aimed at increasing engagement with the subjects whilst making them more relatable and encouraging children to think about them in holistic ways.
STEM lessons are usually incredibly exciting, inspiring creative learning and interesting and can include activities such as building models. Parents and teachers are encouraged to provide children with ample opportunities to tinker, invent, explore and partake in cross-contextual learning. Various Governments across the world have announced initiatives to address the shortage of STEM/STEAM experts, such as the former Obama administration’s “Educate to Innovate” campaign, which was launched in 2009. The UK and Germany are just two countries who have expressed concern about the lack of STEM/STEAM professionals available to help children develop their knowledge. Find out more about the WIZKIDS CLUB by using the contact us form on the site.