STEAM AHEAD! DIY FOR KIDS is an easy-to-follow, step-by-step instruction book for parents and children. It introduces kids between the ages of four and ten to the magic of electronics, game and toy designing, printing, understanding basic scientific principles and most importantly, they’ll have a blast making them. Inside this book you will find projects on LED cards, dance pads, handmade soaps, bubble blowers, Play-Doh circuits, cloud lanterns, scribbling bots and more!
Created by NASA STEM certified leader, Sumita Mukherjee, this book is jam packed with projects that will engage any bored child. The hands-on projects are broken into areas of practical implementation: Party, Build, Toys and Art. They have also been sorted according to levels of difficultly and STEAM relevance. Adding one or two experiments per week can get your child excited about science, inventions, science fair projects and overall classroom performance.
There is also a BONUS: Material list for STEAM DIY FOR KIDS, to make it easier for parents to plan and prepare in advance.
“ The new Keiko and Kenzo book series is innovative in its approach in giving children exposure to the various social and cultural elements in the different countries, opportunity to create, learn and explore. As an educational tool this is a must have in the classroom and at home.”
“This is a wonderful children’s adventure story set in Beijing the capital of China. The stars are Keiko, her brother Kenzo and their pet squirrel Eji. The brother and sister are very lucky because their father Mr Kimura is a brilliant scientist and his genius has rubbed off on Kenzo. A wonderfully informative children’s mystery adventure, with lots of surprises and a happy ending. It is beautifully illustrated and has amazing graphics. I downloaded this book using my Kindle Unlimited membership and enjoyed reading it with my grandchildren.”
“It’s a beautiful combination of mystery, suspense and fun. It’s gripping and there’s no respite till I finish reading the book. The best part is it’s informative too. Loved every bit of it and the illustrations just make the whole thing so much more interesting. Hope of to see more in the series :)”