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9 Ways to Work STEM Learning into Your Busiest Days

From listening to podcasts to going on short field trips, you don't have to go far or do much to teach your kids about STEM.

mom and kid playing with building blocks

Sparking our kids' interest in STEM is easier than you think, and could be as simple as getting them a fun toy.

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According to the , educated women are now less likely to pursue careers in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields. But since STEM will be one of the most important industries for Millennials and Gen. But how can we possibly fit that into our busy routines, when it's already difficult to merely get our kids out the door on time? Below are some easy ways to make sure your children are being exposed to STEM learning every day.

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