Learning to love math and science is important for so many reasons as our world becomes more dependent on technology. Spark imagination, problem solving, logical thinking, and so much more with a strong math and science education. Here's how.
Forget those problem sets! Get your kids psyched about STEM with interactive toys they can make at home. They'll be amazed to see science, technology, engineering, and math in action in a setting that feels nothing like school. Get templates and instructions at familyfunmag.com/printables.
Prepare your child to succeed in school with these fun math activities.
Schools still aren't devoting enough resources to this critical subject, but you can bring science to life with these hands-on ideas.
These fun apps will reinforce basic arithmetic concepts and spark a love for learning math.
This easy terrarium shows kids the water cycle in action.
Kids are born researchers. (Yours have probably asked "why" 14 times already today!) Entertain them and illustrate basic scientific concepts with five easy experiments -- no Ph.D. required.
Your child will have a great time learning more about the world with these exciting science apps.
Once your child enters first and second grade, reinforce basic arithmetic, counting, and measurement skills.
These five projects from Curious Jane Magazine hit on all aspects of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math).
Your adorable preschooler is just starting to learn about math. Watch how to help her learn the basics.
Learning math doesn't have to be a struggle. Here is a surprising tip to help make lessons better for your child.
Add fun and games to this important subject and soon you'll be hearing "I love math."
This classic toy is an awesome way to practice the logic and problem-solving skills that are crucial to STEM education. Here's how to harness the fun.
A new study finds incorporating physical activity into learning boosts test scores in certain subject areas.
Having lived both here and abroad, I've learned valuable lessons about how parents give their children an edge.
A new study finds that when children teach each other math concepts while playing, it helps them better understand their math lessons at school.
The space mom discusses her career path and how she balances work and family life.