Inspiring young minds. Building better futures.
STEAM Lab is a social enterprise that runs classes and workshops aimed at teaching kids about science, technology, engineering, art, and maths-all while having fun!
We believe that every child deserves the chance to reach their potential and have a brighter future, whatever their background.
We want to turn every child into a curious, life-long learner, and our classes and workshops bring what they learn in the classroom to life.
Our sessions introduce the basic concepts of science, engineering, architecture, and maths, and help develop communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills that will stay with them for life.
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Aug 19: Being able to follow instructions is a key life skill. It starts when we are children and we’re given instructions by our parents and teachers, and even when we’re adults, there are plenty of occasions when we need to follow directions and instructions (have you ever assembled something from IKEA?!). Being able to follow directions and instructions is important in life and at work. So how can we help our children learn how to follow instructions? Follow these tips:
Aug 12: There are many skills that children will need both in the classroom and in life, and as parents, we are perfectly placed to help them learn. One of the skills they will need is to learn how to organise themselves and their lives. Here’s how you can help your child improve their organisational skills at home.
Aug 5: Motor skills are skills that help us to do the things we do every day. Fine motor skills are movements that require a lot of control and precision of the hand muscles, like fastening a zip, and gross motor skills involve the larger muscle groups and include activities like walking. Both types of motor skills enable children to be more independent. As they develop, those skills allow them to do things like brush their teeth and fasten a zip as well as writing, drawing, and more.
Jul 29: Children learn about the world around them virtually from day one, and as they grow, they pick up key skills for life. Problem-solving skills are no different, and they’re an important part of how children learn to manage their lives. Instead of micromanaging them and doing everything for them, we should help them learn to come up with the answers themselves.