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Eduporium Experiment | Snap Circuits Arcade Kit
by Anna Orientale
Snap Circuits is a line of well-known circuit construction kits that are always adding new ways for kids to explore electronics and circuitry! Today, I experimented with the Snap Circuits Arcade Kit...
Eduporium Weekly | Minecraft as a Legitimate STEM Tool
by ANDY LARMAND
We all know that kids today love technology. Whether it’s tablets, smartphones, laptops, or whatever else they play with, once they hit nine or 10 years old, they seem to be glued to some sort...
3Doodler: Innovative Artwork in the Palm of your Hand
by ANDY LARMAND
Know any art teachers who have been looking to add a new dimension to their classrooms? Well, they should know about the 3Doodler 3D printing pen! Actually, you should, too. So, keep reading. With...
Eduporium Experiment | mBot Pt. 2
by Anna Orientale
Makeblock’s mBot is one of the best educational robot kits for beginners on the market. Unlike most robots, students build this one from scratch, bolstering their engineering skills and really...
Eduporium Weekly | Engineer or Not...STEM Careers Require Engineering Skills
by ANDY LARMAND
Modern STEM education is all about giving students the tools to be creative and testing their 21st century skills with challenges that mimic those they will find in the real world. Sure, that all...
Eduporium Experiment | Sphero Mini
by Anna Orientale
Your newest, tiniest robot is here and ready to ramp up connected coding in the form of Sphero Mini! App-enabled and Bluetooth-connected, Sphero Mini is similar to the Sphero SPRK+, but brings some...