Helping you understand how to use millis() instead of delay() when programming your Arduino projects. We look at why and when you should use millis() too.
STEM Mayhem Teaching Kids STEM at HomeScience, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics For parents and kids interested in STEM learning and having lots of family fun with STEM at home. We encourage STEM teaching and learning with projects, activities, product reviews and more, with a focus on families having fun!
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Projects & ActivitiesAwesome STEM activities and projects for families that are entertaining and education.
We have put together a list of the funniest science jokes for 2020. These science jokes are sure to make you and your science friends laugh.
Here is why you should stop broadcasting your network name, and increase security on your home WiFi network.
Australian Geographic stores set to close their doors within weeks. Recently renamed to 'Curious Planet', can not find a buyer and has made the closure announcement.
Our awesome list of science-themed journals ready for you to set up for 2020. Designed by artists, you will love these science-themed hardcover journals.
We take a look at the Holographic Chamber Illusion from Curious Planet. A fun and educational STEM toy.
Our ever expanding list of toys that use bi-carb and vinegar as fuel. Baking soda and vinegar react which makes these toys awesome.
The balloon copter by Quack is a really cheap STEM toy that will entertain your kids for hours. Here is our review.
We test out the kaleidoscope smartphone attachment that turns your smartphone into an awesome kaleidoscope. Here is our review.
For educators and parents wanting to teach kids the basics of coding. Learning to code is important, and we aim to teach some coding basics.
STEM & Teaching STEM
STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
We believe that STEM education and STEM learning for kids is essential to a successful future and career. With the most important outcome being a curious child. Curious kids have a better ability to problem solve and problem solvers drive us into the future.
Here at STEM Mayhem, we are always looking at finding fun ways to teach kids STEM with a huge focus on having family fun. We look at why things work, how things happen and create fun home projects. On top of this, we try to create a little mayhem. Pulling things apart, oversized experiments, awesome chain reactions and more!
If you are a parent, be sure to join us on our journey into the world of STEM and Mayhem.