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Katie Roupe/ Observer-Reporter

Katie Roupe/Observer-Reporter

Science Tots nonprofit gets kids messy with math
by david singer, observer-reporter

We did the ‘Messy Math’ lesson, and we’re going to do ‘Squishy Circuits’ next. The trials they figure out on their own – you can help a little bit, but it’s so amazing to watch your kid figure out these experiments without a parent or teacher. It’s a great way for them to learn the basics of science, like the interaction of solids and liquids.
— Belinda Anthony, Canonsburg
Ella Parker/

Ella Parker/

Science Tots: STEM Learning For My Little One
By Ella Parker,

Science Tots is a nonprofit that brings STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) learning into a new realm through workshops for preschoolers and their parents. Kids are given freedom to experiment and problem-solve on their own, and all the activities use affordable supplies that you can get at the local store.
— Ella Parker

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8 Fun Activities To Celebrate "Pi Day" and Math
By Rachel Sokol

Erica Pearson, founder of Pittsburgh-based ScienceTots, shares the math activity she recently facilitated with children in grades first to sixth. ‘Using shoe box lids, we created ‘marble mazes.’ Children were asked to trace the shoe box lid on a large piece of white paper and then using markers, they were asked to plan where they would put their obstacles—materials found around the house like cut-up straws, cut up sponges, toilet paper tubes, styrofoam, and so forth.’
— Rachel Sokol,


Maker Monday: Thread Spool Car
By Kidsburgh Staff

Building a simple car from cardboard and wooden thread spools might look rough and clunky, but it offers some opportunities for learning and developing skills, says Erica Peterson, founder of Science Tots. It’s S.T.E.A.M. education — science, technology, engineering, art, and math — in a small package.
— Kidsburgh Staff

Mommyhood Moments

Maker Monday: Anato-Me Wall Art
By Kidsburgh Staff

This S.T.E.A.M. project encourages discussion about anatomy in ways that kids can easily comprehend. Thanks to Erica Peterson of Science Tots for this cool activity!
— Kidsburgh Staff