Students learn more when they get hands-on experience, especially when it comes to STEAM topics. Robotics and physics lessons are much more fun when you can design, build, and test the final result. But that’s a lot more difficult right now. Students require their own materials so as to keep with COVID guidelines, and if they are at home they may not have access at all. But, having to buy a set of materials for each student can quickly become expensive. Thank goodness for KiwiCo! They are giving away 40 (yes 40!) STEAM learning kit crates to five lucky winners. Each winner gets to choose the best type of crate for their class.
Tell me more about the crates!
- KiwiCo’s monthly subscription crates are filled with age-appropriate STEAM projects for kids. Every crate explores a different theme designed to spark creativity, thinking, and learning.
- All projects, inspiration, and activities are created by a team of product designers in-house in Mountain View, CA and rigorously tested by kids.
- Inside each crate, students will find an activity booklet with illustrated, kid-friendly instructions and a DIY project. Everything they need, from materials to inspiration, is provided to spark creativity and curiosity.
Available age-appropriate crates
- Kiwi Crate (ages 5-8) delivers young innovators all the materials and inspiration needed for a fun hands-on project that explore art, science, and engineering.
- Atlas Crate (ages 6-11) sparks kids’ sense of adventure and curiosity, inspiring them to see themselves as citizens of the world.
- Tinker Crate (ages 9-16+) allows young innovators to discover and learn about science, engineering, technology, and math through a hands-on activity.
- Doodle Crate (ages 9-16+) invites young designers to build creative confidence by experimenting with art & design techniques.
- Eureka Crate (ages 14+) teaches kids (and kids at heart!) how to apply principles of science and math to engineer solutions and make something awesome they’ll love using every day.
- Maker Crate (ages 14+) these crates include a chance to experiment with a new technique, draw inspiration from real designs, and take pride in a finished project that’s both fun and functional.