Kids N Technology puts the “T” in STEM! It’s the main ingredient of Kids N Technology’s secret sauce! Kids N Technology has developed an integrated, interdisciplinary curriculum that includes science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, which is largely lifestyle driven. Students engage in real-world experiences through critical thinking, creativity, effective collaboration, research skills, and communication.
What Makes Kids N Technology’s Curriculum
• KNT’s enrichment education challenges and guides through the use of exploration, discovery, and play.
• Our unique and customized approach focuses on learning, not teaching.
• KNT blends divergent thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration to give students the opportunity to engage in activities that develop their learning journey.
• We use technology to address STEM challenges. We incorporate 1:1 technological tools to make learning easier for each individual student.
• Each session includes an authentic assessment of skills, creativity, attitudes,and student participation.
Choose the STEM/STEAM Program activity that you would like to have implemented at your site.
Biome-in-a- Baggie: Grades K-5. Students explore the world’s land biomes through short video clips and a hands-on investigation. Kids will create their own biome and take it home! Students will nurture and grow their plant creations at home.
Bubble Bath Science: Grades K-5. Build research, creativity and critical thinking skills and make your own bubble bath. Students explore basic science concepts like atoms and molecules,
Build a Boat: Grades K-5. Students will create a boat, then test it to see if it floats. Project Based Learning and Creativity. Learn about matter, investigate atoms, elements, molecules, and compounds.
Build-a-Bridge: Grades 5 -8. Excellence in engineering! Students are given materials to design and build a bridge that can hold up under stress. This activity teaches problem solving, divergence, and critical thinking skills.
Code for the Cure: Grades K-3. Make a bracelet and build cancer awareness. Students create a Binary Bracelet using the binary number system. Students are introduced to code and how it is stored in a computer. A socially conscious project that builds technology and math skills.
Color Science: Grades K-5. Explore Soap Science and make soap crayons! Build research and creativity skills and discover the science of color.
Computer Science – Explore Coding: Grades K-8. Students design and create digital stories, animations, and digital art designs! Builds literacy, creativity, problem solving, technology, critical thinking, and communication skills.
Computer Science – Game Design: Grades 5-8. Students design and create a game that can be played and shared with friends. Students setup their own account to continue learning computer science at home.
Cyber Bullying: Grades K-5. Cyber Bullying explores the social nature of digital media and technology. Including the role of digital media, how to use it, and how to protect your privacy online.
Lip Balm Science: Grades K-5. Explore chemistry and math. Lip balm prevents our lips from becoming too dry or chapped. Choose your color, fragrance, and moisturizer! Students will learn the important components of lip balm and how it is made.
Lotion Science: Grades 3-8. Learn how lotion works to keep your skin hydrated and moisturized. Discover the three layers of the skin, then make your own lotion.
Micro Robotics: Grades 5-8. Students design and build their own Robot! Students will build a Brush bot, a very simple type of “robot”. Micro robotics is the field of miniature robotics, which builds technology and engineering skills.
Mini-Magazine “Zine”: Grades K-5. Cool and creative writing and literacy activity. Create, design and make a mini magazine! Builds vocabulary development, reading comprehension, literature, writing strategies, writing applications, English language conventions, listening, and speaking.
Rocketry: Grades K-8. Design and build an air-powered rocket and countdown to blast off! Lessons in aerodynamics, gravity, and point of balance. This fun activity builds problem solving skills that improve students’ performance and attitude toward math.