IS SCIENCE FUN?
DO GIRLS LOVE MATH?
CAN ROBOTS BE GIRLS?
Your family doing something fun and educational. They’re having so much fun, they don’t even know they’re learning.
Your daughter beaming with pride and confidence when she learns something new – with a lot less glitter involved.
And no more pressure on you to come up with ideas on the spot because you have done-for-you activities that are totally possible to do at home (without spending a fortune on complicated materials or turning your living room into a full-scale laboratory).
Ribbons & Robots is the place for fun stories + cool science for little girls with a lot of smarts.
You won’t find any pink, sparkly princess cupcake parties around here. No prince charming, either.
Ribbons & Robots is all about introducing little girls with a lot of smarts to science, technology, engineering, art, and math (or STEAM, for short).
With fun picture books featuring an all-girl cast of characters, engaging activities, and cool facts that are perfect for pre-k through early elementary, Ribbons & Robots encourages young girls to be trailblazers.
Girls don’t need to be princesses to save the day in this club!
When girls learn about science, math, and art, they are also learning to think outside of the box. They feel encouraged to be smart, creative, and innovative. These are skills that go way beyond the classroom.
These are skills for LIFE.
Getting your daughter excited about learning and working STEAM activities into your family’s routine is easy as pie with the Ribbons & Robots stories and activities.
Every month we’re covering a new branch of STEM fields. You’ll find cool facts and get ideas for fun (and educational) activities that you can do at home.
I’ll also be sharing creative play activities out of what I call the Creative Lab. Through child-led creative play, kids can experiment and learn about the world around them.
You can use this site for your own idea-spiration or use the site with your daughter (and son) as you explore the world of science, technology, engineering, art, and math.
April is all about physics.
I hope you’ll join me!
You can get started now with the Make a Crystal Experiment in the Trailblazer Club Free Library. It’s a little bit of weather, a little bit of chemistry, and a whole lot of cool science.