Does Your Child Learn Using STEM? He Can Start With This Kids Franchise Giveaway!

Every child learns differently.  My sons are no exception. I have one child that is the epitome of academic mainstream success.  He loves reading and is great at taking tests.  My other son learns differently every day.  One day he wants to read a book, the next day the he is too busy too sit and read.  What do both have in common?  They both love hands on learning and playing games. Give them legos and they are completely involved in building and creating. I just found out about this amazing new place where my kids can learn concepts like science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), but they don’t even realize they are learning. How?  Because STEM learning allows them to play with things like LEGO® bricks, K’Nex and technology. So basically they are playing with everything that they already love to play with and has proven to keep them entertained. Plus, you get to go to a STEM based center like Snapology and someone else has to clean up the millions of legos off the floor! Just for that reason alone, I am in. Classes, birthday parties, workshops and more make this the best educational franchises for kids.

Want to check out one of their products? Us too! In partnership with Nakturnal, we are doing a contest giveaway!! 

The prize is a fun and educational LEGO® brick set of the Snapology Mascot Sebastian Gator (age recommendation is 6+).

The contest rules:

  1. Comment why you would love to see a kids franchise like Snapology near you.
  2. Share this post.

Want to learn more about Snapology and STEM learning.  Check out http://www.foxbusiness.com/features/2015/11/02/snapology-teaches-kids-through-play-and-fun.html and https://www.ed.gov/stem .

 

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One thought on “Does Your Child Learn Using STEM? He Can Start With This Kids Franchise Giveaway!

  • May 7, 2017 at 4:06 pm
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    My boys love to build things with blocks and legos. And my oldest son likes to take things apart to find out how they work

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