Is it fun, is it scholastic, why not both?
The STEM acronym has become the en vogue educational word over the past two decades. Schools and extracurricular activities have utilized this term to attract students and parents interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and technology. Even though the idea was not new, the acronym was changed from SMET to STEM in 2001 by Judith Ramaley, a biologist through the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF). To keep up and surpass the worldwide competition, the government, schools, and various organizations made a considerable push to earnestly emphasize and expand the education of our future leaders. Alliteration aside, it has been exciting to be a father of kids in the modern era. With the new year upon us, why not experience a new way to play?
The vibrant blue-colored rear panel provided a large oblique view of the Artie Max Robot, several geometric drawings, the 8+ logo, and three product features: 1. You Code, Artie Draws. 2. Simple Setup. 3. Bonus features…