According to author Annie Murphy Paul ("Origins"), growing up in the digital age means that many of today's children are spending too little time tinkering. "Research in the science of learning shows that hands-on building projects help young people conceptualize ideas and understand issues in greater depth," she writes. Giving children the time and space to play and figure things out for themselves is an important part of setting them up to become young adults who have the capacity to do the kind of thinking that is needed for success in STEM courses and careers.
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