MyStemKits Magnetic Appeal at NSTA18

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Imagine every form of technology you can then multiply that vison by ten and you have the National Science Teachers Association Conference. The NSTA is the largest organization of science teachers worldwide and this year they held their conference at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

On Thursday, March 15th, MyStemKits joined the multitude of exhibitors for the three-day event. Aspiring to become a major leader in the sector of 3D printed manipulatives, MyStemKits displayed a wide variety of its science-based kits. From Biological Science to Physical Science, MyStemKits’ appeal drew the interest of many.

               

Educators and Administrators from all over the country were drawn to the MyStemKits display, each eager to lay their hands on the 3D printed examples before them. Many were amazed as they admired the detail in which each item was crafted and how interactive the items were.

Although the event was designed for teachers there were many visitors, who would benefit from the use of MyStemKits more than anyone else, students. As they visited the MyStemKits’ display a few took time out to just play. From catapults to boats to balancers, the kids had a number of playful options.

          

Whether it was a student, a teacher, an administrator, or a parent, the MyStemKits’ display had something that piqued the interest of them all. Also, not only did vistors to the booth get to interact with MyStemKits’ wonderful display they also were able to register to win a free 6 months subscription to MyStemKits.

……………………………….……………………………………………………………………….Drumroll Please………………………..……………………………………………………………………………….

 

 

                            Eric Koonce

of Thomasville Heights Elementary in Atlanta, Georgia. Congratulations to Mr. Eric Koonce!!

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