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Empowering Girls to Gain STEAM -- Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math
Empowering Girls to Gain STEAM -- Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math

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In this post Madeleine B. writes about soldering, voltage drop, designing with LEDs, and contributing to Habitat for Humanity. Read on to learn why soldering became her favorite thing to do and why she says, “I could not think of a better way to spend my Friday nights.”

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Soldering. Measuring voltage drop. Designing with LEDs and contributing to Habitat for Humanity. “I could not think of a better way to spend my Friday nights," says Madeleine B. Learn why soldering and wanting to be an aerospace engineer have become a few of her favorite things. 

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Pretty Brilliant: Planning & Building Scale Models
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Pretty Brilliant: Planning & Building Scale Models
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Pretty Brilliant: Lighting Design & Engineering Design Thinking. Week 8, Planning & Building Scale Models
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Pretty Brilliant: Planning & Building Scale Models
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Creativity! It's a STEM Skill! Check out this video on How to Make Snow from STEM Girlz.

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Design the Lighting for a Habitat for Humanity Home in Our NEW Workshop!

Beginning Feb. 6 Girls in Middle School & High School Will Step into the Role of Design Engineer. It's Pretty Brilliant!

Space is available for 15 middle school & 15 high school girls.

Register Today.

Our program partners: Environmental Lights, Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity, and the Society of Women Engineers, Colorado State University.

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Today is Colorado Gives Day, a time when nonprofit organizations ask for your contribution.

On this day Pretty Brainy asks that your donation be an investment of time in your daughter. Believe in her brilliance. See her as someone whose primary attributes are problem-solving and critical thinking.

Did you know that parents, along with teachers, are a girl’s number #1 source of confidence in her math and science abilities?

Contribute time playing math games with her today. Remember to help her see that the point of working a problem sometimes lies less in the solution than in her positive attitude and willingness to tackle the problem before her.

Need some math games for girls and parents to tackle together? The Pretty Brainy Blog has a holiday shopping game that’s near-perfect for ages 10 to 13.

Visit our website today. Do the math with your daughter. And thank you for your contribution.

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#ChangeThePattern is a movement promoting STEAM and inspiring girls to explore STEAM careers. What's STEAM? Science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Every month a new STEAM discipline is being highlighted, and the movement has kicked off with the theme "''S' Is for Science." Right now you can browse fine art celebrating science by Terri Fry Kasuba at http://nuvango.com/fullsteamahead. Works of art in the series are available in everything from prints to iPhone covers. Profits support Pretty Brainy's STEAM programs for girls.
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