Build Your Family’s Love of STEM With These Robotics And Science Kits

There are many ways to show your kids the joys of science, from walks in the woods to astronauts getting slimed in space. Fortunately, you don’t need to buy a rocket ship to show your family why science is awesome. The STEM Starter Bundle gives you two kits perfect for showing your little ones the cool side of STEM.

The STEM Starter Bundle: Robotic & Curiosity Kits is on sale for $79.99 (reg. $119), a discount of 33{13aab5633489a05526ae1065595c074aeca3e93df6390063fabaebff206207ec}.

These educational toys from Twin Science have the awards to back them up, winning at the 2020 Bett Awards and getting the silver at the 2020 Play for Change Awards. Both are honors from science educators and tech luminaries looking to encourage kids to get into science.

First, for ages 5-8, there’s the Robotic Kit. Compatible with the Lego collection you already have, this kit illustrates how to build robots, step by

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Man who brought tortillas to Coronado game says there was ‘absolutely no racial intent’

The man who says he supplied the tortillas that Coronado students threw at Orange Glen High basketball players said Wednesday that his intentions were not racist and the district should not have fired its basketball coach.

Luke Serna, who is a Coronado alumnus and is half-Mexican, said he brought packs of tortillas and gave them to Coronado players for a celebration.

Serna has been active in Coronado Democratic circles and says he is an officer with the SEIU 1000 union.

He wrote in an unsigned letter to the school board Tuesday that the tortillas were solely for celebratory purposes, mentioning that it has been a tradition at some UC Santa Barbara sporting events. Serna graduated from UCSB.

“There was not a shred of ill-intent or racial animus in carrying out this celebratory action,” Serna wrote in the letter. “Those who have enflamed this issue into a racially charged issue should

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