Liven Up STEM Learning With Nancy B’s Science Club + Giveaway (8/10)

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With my oldest daughter having turned thirteen this summer, a lot of our attention has been focused on her, and rightfully so, but I can not forget to share an update on my sweet Maddox. Maddie (as she chooses to be called these days) turned eleven this summer and will be starting sixth grade (middle school!) in just a few weeks. She is charismatic, full of energy and has such a kind, caring heart. She also loves to cook with her dad and has already perfected different knife cuts and can make things like refried beans and marinara sauce from scratch!

Throughout elementary school, her grades were outstanding, and her favorite subject just happens to be math. This totally thrills me since women currently make up just 24% of the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) related workforce. Sadly, that is only half as many as expected, so I would love to see my daughter pursue a career in a related profession.

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Working to help that dream and inspire a lifetime love of learning, Nancy B’s Science Club is a line of scientific tools and real life journaling activities from Educational Insights that provide hands on science experiences designed for kids ages eight through eleven, to get them comfortable and excited about science so they have the confidence to pursue STEM further in school and in life.

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Excited to enjoy a bit of educational entertainment over summer break, we were sent the

Nancy B’s Science Club MoonScope and Sky Gazer’s Activity Journal ($54.99) which allows kids to tour the nighttime sky by observing Saturn, Jupiter, and even the mountain ranges on the moon, via two unique magnifications; 18x and 90x – both visible through high quality all glass…

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