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  1. I think I get bored faster with toys than my 3 yr old (HA!) so this is great for me too! I very much want to try the fizzy foam fun activity with my LO, sensory activities are great for us, as we struggle with coordination, she has CP.

  2. Great Idea- I hadn’t thought about checking 4-H for ideas, but it’s too perfect! And we love doing the bridge building activities – we modified it slightly using blocks and strips of cardstock for my preschooler and he LOVED it.

  3. Thank you for the heads-up, Rachel! There’s just one thing I’m afraid of. My preschooler will beat me in STEM, that’s how much I suck at it! 😀 Jokes aside, this post IS helpful.

  4. How cool! I’ve never heard of STEM before. I love that it has things that are easy enough for preschool-aged kids. AND I love that a lot of these projects are made out of things that you already have, rather than having to go buy a bunch of things!

  5. OMG, my husband is an engineer and would LOVE this for our kids! Great post!

  6. These are fun ideas I remember doing in school! My daughter will LOVE the building bridges project- I will be pulling this idea out this summer to entertain her and her friends! Thanks so much for putting these ideas together.

  7. These are fun ideas I remember doing in school! My daughter will LOVE the building bridges project- I will be pulling this idea out this summer to entertain her and her friends! Thanks so much for this post!

  8. STEM activities are a must for children! I love how kids can really explore what they’re capable of. Great ideas in this post!