by Tara Tiger Brown

May 21, 2016

Summer is just around the corner and if you are like me, it came out of nowhere. What happened to February, March and April? I still have to find summer camps for my son to attend and I have some conferences I need to prepare for including the National Science Teachers Association event this July in Denver.

If you are looking for a set of hands-on, science and technology based activities for the summer, then the Summer STEAM program may be just what you are looking for. It includes 6 activities for students in grades 3-8 to learn about creative electronics and programming. The activities are not only fun, but they are affordable, in some cases even free.

Download the free guide and let us know if you use the program this summer or even give one or two activities a try.

About the author 

Tara Tiger Brown

Tara Tiger Brown is a technologist and author exploring the intersection of the environment, education, and wellbeing. As founder and CEO of KitHub, she develops STEAM education programs focused on hands-on learning and environmental monitoring.

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