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08/07/2015
‘Hot Wheels’ Cars Help Kids Learn Basic STEM Concepts
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
℠2015 – A DoD News Web Update highlighting the Defense Department’s Armed with Science blog. It features a recent Military Child Education Coalition seminar in Washington, DC where kids took part in a workshop on Speedometry and experimented with Hot Wheels on speed bumps, loops and ramps, which taught them science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, concepts. The kids used critical thinking, collaboration and scientific practices to build real-world problem-solving skills.
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