“What do you want to be when you grow up?” is a question kids are likely to hear many times as they grow up. With Oyster Kit, children will be able to learn about different STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) professions through hands-on experiments – giving them more idea about how the world works and lots of inspiration! Whether they decide to be an engineer, doctor, teacher, or artist one day, the time they spent learning through these fun activities will be worthwhile.
Each Oyster Kit aims to develop a child’s social, emotional, and cognitive skills, as well as their creativity through play. For 3-5 year old kids, they offer the Professions 3+ box and for 8-12 year old children, they offer the Craft&Code 8+ box. A monthly subscription is $39.95. You can also get it at $36.65 on a 6-month pre-paid subscription, or $34.95 on a 12-month pre-paid subscription.
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What to expect in Oyster Kit STEAM boxes? Each month, the Professions 3+ box introduces a new profession to kids to help them explore and find their passions. They will get real-world knowledge through the fun role-playing STEM activities that are designed to engage kids in the ins and outs of a profession. It also makes a great parent-child bonding opportunity. Lastly, the activities are great for multiple uses. Every kit has high-quality materials and real-life tools and kids can play with them over and over again!
Meanwhile, the Craft&Code 8+ box has everything kids need to learn about coding as well as activities to prepare them for programming languages such as Python and Java. This includes detailed instructions with pictures, a website for each kit, and online tutorials and how-to videos. Included in the very first kit is BBC micro:bit, a microcomputer specifically designed for educational use. Aside from coding skills, this box also aims to help kids develop important life skills, including self-control, problem-solving, and logical thinking).
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