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Keep the Science Going Over Winter Break!
Build a BlueBot Over Break_

The winter break from school is a great time for kids to do fun science and engineering projects at home. Keep your kids occupied and encourage STEM learning with creative hands-on science projects and activities. Robotics projects can be especially engaging choices because they involve a step-by-step building project and then invite play, exploration, and customization. The BlueBot: 4-in-1 Robotics Kit from the Science Buddies Store lets students build four different robots for four times the building fun!

Give Gifts of Science
Give the gift of hands-on science and engineering in coming weeks with one of our convenient kits from the Science Buddies Store. These popular kits invite kids to combine creativity with science for individualized projects that make learning fun.

Peppermint Science
Peppermint and Reaction Time
If you have candy canes or peppermint candies in the house, you have just what you need for a fun, informal science activity with your family. 

Can sucking on a peppermint or candy cane improve your reaction time? Put it to the test with a fun science challenge.

Explore STEM and Career Paths
Girls and Creative Code Workshop
Encourage students to learn more about computer programming with a hands-on creative coding project. Read more about a recent girlSPARC workshop series in which girls used the Raspberry Pi Projects Kit, the inspiring CODEGIRL documentary, and Hour of Code activities featuring Star Wars, Frozen, and Minecraft characters. 
Welder Career Profile
Science Buddies helps students discover exciting STEM career options, even in areas of science they may not have considered. Check out the new welder career profile and learn more about the Job Genius video series from Express Employment Professionals.
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Send us photos of your classroom or student science projects and activities. Your students may end up featured in a success story on the Science Buddies Blog, in the spotlight at FacebookTwitter, Google+, or in the Science Buddies newsletter. Let us know, in photos, how the science project went!




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