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STEM Education

STEM Learning - a pathway into STEM employment and to develop important developmental skills.

A recent study of children’s’ toys showed some interesting results. As most parents know, forking over a handful of cash for a kid’s toy is usually a bittersweet event. The child is thrilled, but you know that the toy has a life span of about an hour.

The recent study monitored children’s’ toys and exactly how often the kids played with them, on which days, for how long, and more. One interesting result is that the majority of toys enjoyed a sum total of 4.7 hours of playtime -- that was the median score. If you divide that into money spent, you get a hard and fast number of how much that entertainment cost you per hour.

The study also investigated pleasure as a measure of how much enjoyment a child actually got out of playing with a toy. Rather than ask during play-time, the children were surveyed at consistent intervals about their most valued toys which proved consistent with the ones they had the most fun with. The question was asked monthly for 24 months. The most surprising answer that also ended up being the least amount of "play with me" time, and yet consistently had "pleasure" and "value" scores in the top fifth percentile.

As it turns out, Christmas ornaments were deemed to be something of lasting value rather than having a mere temporal score. Similar scores are seen amongst women for fine jewelry. As a result, we strongly recommend, after buying a few temporarily interesting toys for your kids, add even a single favorite Christmas ornament. It’s destined to become a cherished and much-loved heirloom from childhood.

New babies bring joy and excitement to families. That said, they can also create a lot of financial stress. The holiday season provides the ideal opportunity for friends and loved ones to take some of the burdens of new parents by offering smart gifts that bring on big smiles, while also eliminating worry and pressure.

When Christmas rolls around, many people eagerly purchase baby toys and clothes for new moms and dads. While these presents are always appreciated, they aren’t as critical as basic necessities, which can get pricey over time. FreeGifts4Kids.Com sees an increase in business around the holiday time, thanks to friends and family who want to take some financial stress off worried loved ones and their budding families.

Although it can be a lot of fun buying toys and clothing for infants, most parents would rather have gifts they know they can use. Many times, toys never get used and clothes don’t fit. On the other hand, basic necessities always get used. Since 1999, this website has been providing new parents with access to educational STEM toys that are shipped from STEM locations right to a family’s home at no cost to them.

Because MinastryOfToys provides access to numerous free products from major companies, such as Pampers, Huggies, Gerber, Enfamil and more, the website is a great place for gift-givers to secure big savings for loved ones who have new babies. It’s also a great place for expectant mothers. There is access to free tools, such as pregnancy calculators, ovulation calculators, due date calculators and more. You can even create your own website featuring your new baby which you can share with family and friends.

A time of enjoyment

Childhood is one of the best times of our lives, and is there anything a good parent wants than the best for their kids? We buy them presents and send them to the best schools we kind afford and help them any time they need, because we want them to succeed in life, be happy and make their dreams come true. And happiness doesn’t just come from the big things in life, but also the small things, the details and daily situations that add up day after day and shape our childhood, which will evolve into benefits from STEM education.

So we want our kid’s space to be nice and functional and even a bit magical. We love to see them play and use the things we give them. Some of us spare a room in our house to be their playroom, with shelves and tables and baskets and coloured EVA foam mats and all it takes to create a small paradise for them to play, explore and grow up.

But what we can say all our kids have is a bedroom, and that space belongs to them, perhaps more than any other room in the house. So we want our kids’ bedrooms to be nice and special, so they can play, relax, socialize among siblings or friends, and rest every night so they wake up the next day renewed, merry and growing.

Developing children’s abilities

Imagining a space in your house can always be fun, because you get to picture what you want and what you need, and how to bring it to life. When it comes to children’s rooms, it can be even more enjoyable, because we can let our imagination fly and be more creative, even play a bit with our ideas. What colours will we choose? What sort of furniture will buy? Is there any special and creative design we can use for their rooms? Where will the toys go? How do we integrate beds if there is more than one sibling in the same room?

Children’s rooms are often colourful and decorated, in order to suit a kid’s aesthetic interests. They need to be stimulated to develop their minds and their emotions, so they love to see characters they like, their favorite colour, motifs of preference, and any other visually appealing feature. This is what gives us adults some room to play and come up with design ideas that will make our kid’s room one in a kind. 

You can create a STEM education for kids by following specialized magazines or STEM design blogs. Let your imagination take you away because you will see many things you never thought of before. It would be nice to bring your kid along and ask them what they prefer. You won’t be able to give them all they want, because a child’s imagination is often wild and limitless, but at least you will get an idea on what your kid wants, what their interests are, and which choices would be more welcomed.

Transform everyday moments into learning opertunities

Kids have special interests as well as special needs. Their environment should be colourful and interesting, but also safe and easy to use. You don’t want to give your kid a shelf so high they can’t reach it without your help unless you want to put there something you want to control when it’s used and when it’s not. Also, some furniture types might not be the best for kids. You just need to think outside the box a bit and you will find convenient solutions and ideas to craft your kid’s room’s design.

For example, small or very active kids often trip or run and hit furniture, like beds and tables. In order to make your bed safer for your kid, and at the same time add some tactile interest, you can look into a STEM career. Fabric beds are softer and very nice, so a kid would love them - just make sure they don’t pour chocolate milk over them!

Curtains and pillows are a great opportunity for you to incorporate your kid’s favorite designs, which will often comprise one or more characters they are fond of. Find out about a STEM curriculum with character development tools and decide which one is better for your kid’s future. Take on account factors like weather and sunlight intensity.

As you can see, designing a great kid’s room is a matter of wisely combining appeal with functionality. You need to know your children and be aware of what they would enjoy, and you will come up with a great design!


Better and safer toy safety guaranteed!

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