Kids have fun creating at STEMA

STEAM education at early age

Kids as young as 5 years of age can learn Robotics, Coding. We believe these skills should be taught at the same time kids learn reading and writing.

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    STEAM learning for kids

    Comprehensive, engaging and fun after-school programs


    It is never too early to learn STEAM subjects. Children starting from Kindergarten can learn to code, without literacy or numeracy skills. At STEMA, kids can make their own codes to create cartoons, games, design virtual environments, program robots, and work on many science projects. Kids gain essential knowledge while developing:

    • symbol The ability to think logically and analytically through coding to create fun games and interactive stories
    • symbol Interpersonal and communication skills from working in team to present their ideas and thinkings.
    • symbol Problem-solving skills by completing required tasks and entering multiple robotics competitions.
    • symbol Creativity and imagination through brainstorming, designing and building structures, objects and models.
    Taking care of your child

    Our teachers

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    Cameron Williamson

    Director of school

    Kristin Watson

    Early development

    Ronald Richards

    Programming teacher
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    Various learning options

    Instead of uninstructed play or watching TV passively, STEMA can help kids have fun while gaining meaningful knowledge.

    Our interdisciplinary programs are designed to spark and develop students’ capability to

    • Think critically and analytically
    • Be creative, be self-aware
    • Explore and take thoughtful risks
    • Work effectively in a team, or independently
    • Present their ideas confidently
    • Lead and be a good leader

    Parents can track kids' learning progress using our mobile apps