STEM for Kids!
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Do you want to encourage your kids to be innovative, creative, resourceful, and persistent? Then check out the new STEM book Anna, Kid Engineer, written by Dr. Shenek Alston, homeschooling mother of three and math instructor.
In Anna, Kid Engineer, it is once again time for the annual Science Fair at East Creek Elementary School. Anna isn’t excited about the event because of the embarrassing projects she came up with during her 3rd and 4th grade years.
Fun for Young Tinkerers
Anna loves to tinker and make new things out of old toys she finds at yard sales, but what does her tinkering have to do with a science fair project? In the process of trying to figure out a project, Anna discovers that she is a kid engineer!
This adorable book features diverse characters and a positive, uplifting message. Although the main character is a girl, the book’s message is that any kid can achieve their goals through hard work, and trial and error.
The story shows how Anna used the scientific method to develop her project, and how she was able to incorporate her own interests into her school’s science fair.
If you have a young tinkerer in your life, click here to learn more about this fun book (and order a copy at the LOW Ebook price!).
Anna, Kid Engineer is aimed at kids primarily in grades 1st – 5th. With the purchase of the electronic version of the book at www.annakidengineer.com, you will also receive an audio version of the book.
SPECIAL BONUS: You can also get free FUN Engineering facts written by a Senior Aerospace Engineering major by going to the Download tab at the top of the page at www.annakidengineer.com. (The book may also be found on Amazon and at Barnes and Noble’s online website.)