Eco Kids Self-Sufficiency Handbook STEAM Projects to Help Kids Make a Difference
STEAM means learning by doing—getting your hands dirty, figuring out how things work. Combining STEAM principles with self-sufficiency skills is the recipe to molding children into independent and creative thinkers who will one day change the world. Plus, STEAM jobs are expected to rise by thirteen percent in the next decade. Having a firm foundation in these areas is key for students to ensure potential for success.
A new book, Eco Kids Self-Sufficiency Handbook STEAM Projects to Help Kids Make a Difference, can help children learn self-sufficiency that is good for the planet but also good for their futures. This timely book encourages children aged 7-14 to put down their mobile devices and get involved. From building a wind turbine and a go-kart to creating light, growing vegetables, and making green gifts,Eco Kids Self Sufficiency Handbook offers a wide range of ways to capture the imagination and make a positive contribution to the world around us. “If you can build a self-sufficient world in miniature,” says author Alan Bridgewater, “then when you are older you will be able to confidently shape and build your adult world.”