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Engineering At Early Age

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Engineering At Early Age

“Kid should engineer before they can spell it.”

That’s a quote from Dr. Christine Cunningham, Vice President of Research, Boston Museum of Science.

Dr Christine Cunningham is an educational researcher who is very passionate about #Engineering and #Science, and works to make them more relevant, accessible, and understandable, especially for kids and teenagers.

One of the many benefits of hands-on learning is that it gives children the opportunity to experiment with different materials with their hands, thereby preparing them to be #Engineers even as young as age 5.

Also, hands-on helps kids to develop critical thinking and project management #skills while trying to solve complex problems like fixing a broken chair with penciled sticks or building an automobile truck with carton shits and electronic circuits.

Indeed, hands-on #STEMLearning is a knowledge that your child definitely needs in today’s STEM-driven workspace, and Edufun Technik is the best place to go for such high-class service.

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Help your child become an engineer.

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