Electronic Projects for Kids

Keep your kids engaged and let them learn from the world of science and arts giving them the base to the perfectly balanced education for the future! https://wizkidsclub.com/ introduces some fascinating STEM/STEAM based electronic projects for kids that will fulfil their curiosity, increase technical knowledge and enhance their familiarity with electronic items.

You’ll see how the STEM/STEAM way of educating them makes them caring and sensitive as well as scientifically erudite. Once they’ve made a choice and drawn out the necessary images with the proper coloring, it’s time to get to the scientific part in place with the LEDs and the circuit.

Check these out with your kids!!!

 LED Bookmark

 Get your kids to build a low-voltage electronic circuit bookmark that they can create with cardboard or even simple hard paper. All you will need are conductive copper tape, a couple of colorful LED bulbs and the power-source of a coin-cell battery. These apart, stickers or colors to draw and decorate the bookmark.

There’re a lot of creative and imaginative ways to create a LED Bookmark and kids can choose one according to their preferences. But what remains the same is the basic circuit building that is both simple and also explains to them the theoretical working of any electric circuit.

To begin, cut out a rectangle of 8 inches x 3 inches from a thick craft paper and fold it into half along the longer side. Next draw a circle on the inside of the bookmark that will hold the coin-cell at the bottom. This will act as the switch of the bookmark and will illuminate the LEDs when pressed.

Now cut out 2 small incisions on top of the front side of the bookmark that will hold the LEDs. Following this take the LEDs and color their positive legs to help you identify them better. Use a wire cutter to make the legs smaller for easy fit and better working in the bookmark.

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Insert the LEDS and separate out their legs on the inner side keeping the negative side on the upper side of the bookmark and the positive legs close together towards the lower side. Now, it’s time to attach the negative legs of the LEDs to the negative side of the battery with a copper conductive tape. Attach the copper tape to the negative legs and run it across to where the tab cut out begins stretching it to the point where the batter negative lies. Secure the battery to the inner surface of the bookmark with tape.

The next step involves connecting the positive legs of the LEDs but, without attaching it to the battery. Place the copper tape on the positive legs and extend the tape to the point where the positive side of the battery lies on the opposite side. You will also have to make sure that the pathways of the positive and the negative sides do not touch each other.

The coin battery acts as the switch lighting up the LEDs.

Now its time to decorate your bookmark with artwork of your choice and use it!


LED Birthday Card

Cut out a rectangle of 6 inches x 4 inches from a craft paper and draw a birthday cake with a candle with a burning flame on top. Color the cake brightly with your preferred colors leaving out the flame part because that is what is going to burn brightly each time you press the card!

Once done, flip to the inner side of the card, exactly on the backside of the cake drawing. Cut out a small hole on the flame of the candle to insert the LED. Mark out the negative leg of the LED by coloring for instant identification later. Now draw out a rough circuit extending a negative arm from the incision across to the other flap of the card bringing it downwards. Mark out the coin-cell battery placement where this arm ends.

Now extend the positive arm of the circuit from at right angles to the negative arm, bring it down at right angles to the edge of the card. Make sure this arm is away from the battery such that it does not touch it. Now place conductive copper tape on the negative arm taking it up to the battery. Attach the negative side of the battery to the copper tape securing it with a tape. Next, past the conductive copper tape along the positive arm.

Insert the colored LED into the flame incision on the candle and separate its positive and negative legs and carefully insert them into the positive and negative tapes respectively.

Now it’s time to complete the circuit so that the LED lights up. Press the outer positive side of the card against the inner negative arm to and see the birthday candle glow on the cake!

These are two of the several modules that are offered as part of the fantastic STEM/STEAM learning process offered at https://wizkidsclub.com/courses.

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3 Rules of Christmas: Don’t Overwhelm Kids With Too many Gifts

Recent figures show that parents spend, on average, $330 on Christmas gifts per child – a figure that can be crippling for some families and, one which often leads to out of budget expenses. 

As advertising and marketing continues to grow, so does consumerism and the result is: unnecessary stacking of material objects. Many children wake up on Christmas morning to an overwhelming – and sometimes unnecessary – amount of gifts. 

For young children, the sheer volume of presents to unwrap can enventually suck the excitement out of the big day. The pressure on children to keep up a level of enthusiasm and gratitude can become compulsive and result in a grouchy child acting up on what should be a happy day.

If all that isn’t enough, it also leads to the expectation of excess cycle – if a child receives ten presents this year, he or she might expect the same or more next year; another Dudley Dursley in the making?

It can also cause financial or “setting right expectation in kids” anxiety for parents.

 So, what’s the answer?  Smart presents. If you agree to it, share this article with a friend now!

Before you cry, ‘But all of their family and friends will give a lots of presents,’ hear me out.  I’m not suggesting that you revert back to the olden days where a child would receive nothing more than an orange and a gift box; just that you take a more ‘quality over quantity’ approach to benefit both your wallet and your child.  

Don’t Overwhelm Kids With Too many Gifts

Many parents who have discovered that stocking fillers equal empty wallets are turning to the 3 Gift Rule in order to keep Christmas special and reduce anxiety.  In essence, the 3 Gift Rule seeks to tick three important boxes when it comes to managing children’s expectations.  These three gifts are categorized as:

Something They Want – No doubt your child has spent the last couple of months extolling the virtues of a particular toy, game or piece of tech that they’ve got their eye on.  This is where Something “They Want” comes in.

Something They Need – This middle level gift speaks to items which, although not hugely desirable, are necessary and of significant expense. This gift is useful in instilling in your child the fact that ‘things’ cost money whether they’re necessary or desired.

Something They Read – It should go without saying that every child, however young, will benefit from being introduced to the world of books.  Something “They Read” can cover a child’s first ever storybook through to those expensive textbooks for the college years.

Remind them why they’re celebrating

Whether you’re religious or not, it’s worth using the “3 Gift Rule” as a reminder to children that there is a meaning to Christmas beyond that of a ‘gift grab’.  The tradition of gifting at Christmas is an old one and one which has its roots firmly entrenched in the story of the birth of Jesus Christ.  Traditionally, Christmas gifts would mirror those presented to Jesus by the three wise men; Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh and, some families still choose to model their gifting around these items.  Although you’ll be hard pressed to find Myrrh in Macy’s or your local shopping mart, these precious gifts can be interpreted for the modern world as follows:

Gold – Not to be taken literally, this doesn’t have to be jewellery but, instead, the ‘Something They Want’ item – a gift which your child desires and will treasure.

Frankincense – This is an aromatic resin used for essential oils and is said to have spiritual qualities.  A translation of this gift under the heading ‘Something They Need’ could be an item connected to well being such as a dance, gym or yoga class membership.

Myrrh – A natural resin used as a perfume or anointing oil, Myrrh was said to traditionally represent death.  Although this may seem a grim topic for a gift, this lends itself naturally to ‘Something They Read’ and can take the form of a book about an inspiring leader or adventurer from history.

You don’t, of course, have to follow the three wise men in order to make wise gift choices within the 3 Gift Rule. 

3 Gifts – 3 Valuable Life Lessons

As well as simplifying the gift buying process at this frenzied time of year, the 3 Gift Rule allows parents to have the finance conversation with their children.  Contrary to popular belief, you’re not robbing your child of his or her childhood by letting them know the value of money.  If you haven’t yet had this conversation with your child, the run up to Christmas is the perfect time to do so.  This can have three major benefits as follows:

Making Memories – If you ask your child about their favorite gift from last year, there’s a good chance that they received so much that they’ll struggle to remember.  The 3 Gift Rule allows for more memorable gifts.

Encourage Generosity – For children, Christmas is a time when they, quite naturally, think about themselves and what they want.  It’s also the perfect time to introduce the idea that others are not as fortunate as they are and, to encourage charity and generosity by sacrificing a small gift or two for themselves.

Lessons on budgeting – It’s never too early to explain to children that a splurge now may mean going without something in the future.  Most children will understand the benefit of having a little less for Christmas in order to have an extra treat at other times of the year.

Want, Need, Read (W,N,R)

If this is your first time with the 3 Gift Rule, you may find that you struggle to get started.  The following is my guide to a little 3 Giftspiration:

Something You Want

This is usually the easiest of the three as most children ‘want’ something pretty much all the time. If not,  ideas can include:

      1.  VTech 8-in-1 Kidi Concert in Pink to add a little music to your child’s life.

      2. A Potter Art Workshop for your little wizard

      3. A Build Your Own Toys & Machines for your mini-engineer

Something You Need

It may be that your child has an interest which should be nurtured and, this can be considered to be Something You Need.  Examples include:

  1. A cool rucksack or school bag is a great way of crossing the divide between want and need.
  2. Give the gift of hours of fun with their very own little robot.
  3. STEM and STEAM courses – As well as boosting education and a future career, our STEM and STEAM courses are also great fun for kids. Courses like Electronics For Kids can be the spark that a child needs when finding his or her passion.

Something You Read

Whatever their age, children tend to enjoy stories – particularly those with relatable characters.  Some good examples are:

  1. For your little ones, I’d Really Like To Eat A Child is great fun – and a really good way of introducing books to young children.
  1. Rescue Mission With My STEM Invention is a fun and engaging read for 6-10 year olds and is perfect for inspiring a love of reading.
  1. For older children, The Secret Lake Mysteries is a cracking read and will keep your child gripped until the very last page.

Alternatively, try firing their imagination with a magazine subscription based on their interests.  They’ll enjoy reading these – and will feel terribly important receiving their very own mail!

By cutting down on expensive presents which will be forgotten, you’re certainly not being a Grinch.  You’re being the parent who is determined to keep Christmas memorable and special!

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Ideas that Spark Creativity and Curiosity in Kids

Raising creative kids is easier than you may think. Some kids get lost in the wonder of their imaginations easily. Others need a little more prompting.

As parents, we assume that creativity is an inborn talent and that kids either do or do not have it. But, just as all children are not equally intelligent, all children are not equally creative. Creativity is more skill than inborn talent, and parents can help their kids develop it.
Creativity is not limited to artistic and musical expression—it is also essential for science, math, and even social and emotional intelligence. Creative people are more flexible and better problem solvers, which makes them more able to adapt to technological advances and deal with change—as well as take advantage of new opportunities.

Many researchers believe we have fundamentally changed the experience of childhood in such a way that impairs creative development. Toy and entertainment companies feed kids an endless stream of prefab characters, images, props and plot-lines that allow children to put their imaginations to rest. Children no longer need to imagine a stick is a sword in a game or story they’ve imagined: they can play Star Wars with a specific light-saber in costumes designed for the specific role they are playing.
But as a parent, we need to supply them with enough ideas for keeping their curious minds active and engaged.

But how do we get a never-ending ideas reservoir to nourish their creativity? The answer is WIZFLIX: Art & Science Online Courses for Kids.

You can instantly access the complete library with hundreds of creative projects: Drawing Bootcamp, Potter Workshop, Build Your Own Toys and Machines, Watercolor Wizards, Electronics and more!
With our well-trained and experienced instructors, these courses are perfect for kids between 6-12 years. It is also a fun learning environment with no advertisements and a safe online place to safely share.
We connect kids who share interests and allow them to exchange feedback with each other. Kids can be both a learner and a teacher here, and it’s all moderated. Parents can be worry-free.
WIZKIDS CLUB’s Next-Gen courses are filled with awesome innovative projects that will catapult your child’s learning to the next level. A new world of education that explores modern technologies, teaches creative skills, and helps kids hon their talent and discover new passions. A delight for both parents and kids. Art, innovation, science, laughter and everything in-between. Inspiring them to be creators, not consumers.


6 Courses to Evoke Creativity in Your Kids through S.T.E.A.M

1.Drawing Boot Camp:

In this course, kids are going to learn how to draw cats, dogs, owls, monsters, and dragons and paint some. They will learn how to sketch real-looking characters easily. These subjects of the drawing are very familiar to kids and hence they should be able to connect easily. It will help them grow their interest in drawing. This course has a total of 11 modules. Kids will feel proud to have a portfolio of your own artwork.

Here are some inspiring video tutorials for you:


2.Drawing Cute Animals and Pets:

There are five modules in this course. Learning the art of sketching cute and attractive pets/animals can be tricky but kids can master it in this course. They will feel more enthusiastic as they draw their own pets and living animals around them. This course will help them get connected to nature and grow their interest in drawing and painting living things.

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3.Wizards Watercolor:

In this course, kids will learn how to use watercolor, at a beginner’s level. The five modules contain happy monsters and four types of wizards. They will feel excited about the magical and dreamy prompts. They will master water coloring skills and experience different mediums of drawing and painting.
See how interesting it can be: https://wizkidsclub.com/c/?p=wizards

4. Potter Art Workshop:

Anything related to Harry Potter is always thrilling and if you can learn to create one of the characters, then it is awesome. In this course, there are eight modules that can help you become a master of the craft. Draw objects and characters from Harry Potter and show it off to your friends.

Here are some evergreen Harry Potter themed drawing and painting courses: https://wizkidsclub.com/c/?p=harry-potter

4.Electronics for Kids:

Electronics for Kids

You can spark your kids’ interest in science and electronics with some DIY homemade projects. They will learn to make small electronic items on their own and take their first step as little scientists into the world of invention. With simple and easy to find things they can make LED houses, LED cards, LED masks, colorful bookmarks, dancing dolls, dancing pad, mouse bot, spinning bot and many more.

Look into the videos and get some awesome ideas:


5.Build Your Own Toys & Machines:

Making their own toys is going to be very much exciting for your kids. They will be thrilled with the idea of building toys and machines to play with. They will learn how to make a gel pen, notebook, shoe-box projector, toy elevator, air rockets, zip line toy and seed balls from this course. This will also evoke their interest in science and technology. They learn to apply their lessons from books into the real world.

Get started with this much helpful video tutorials:


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You must give it a shot. Trust me, you will be introducing your kids to a new method of learning: being self-taught and life long learners; a must in the 21st century. These courses are bound to leave your kids thirsty for more!
Stay tuned for our next exciting blog for more.


Best Summer S.T.E.M Activities For Kids

Picture the scene… it’s your average Saturday morning in June. The kids are up early. You haven’t even had your coffee, but they are asking for breakfast. They want to download a new app on the iPad. They want to watch a movie. They want to do a craft that requires multiple how-to videos. They are bickering over what to watch, what to play, who gets to go first, and before you can intervene, they say it in unison: “WE’RE BORED!”

Sound familiar?

Fast forward to July. It’s summer vacation and school is out for the next few weeks.  While we love not having to deal with the hustle and bustle of the school year – the homework, the reading logs, the projects, the extra-curricular activities – the school does give our kids a comfortable routine and a structure to their day and, ahem, gives parents a reprieve from the  Saturday scene above…

Of course you’ll do the Pinterest searches, let them play video games and watch movies; you’ll take trips to the park and the craft store. You’ll listen to the cacophonies of “I’m bored,” “What are we doing today?” and, “ Can we watch Netflix?” You’ll do those things because you’re a great parent – but even the best parents sometimes run out of ideas.

It’s OK. We get it. But this summer, let us help you. Let us help you create an at-home summer camp filled with epic projects that kids will love. And, what if we told you that you could make it educational, too...

We’re not kidding – your summer can be packed with fun stuff that your kids will still be talking about next summer. And you don’t have to spend hours planning and preparation. 

Here’s what we’ve got for you.

Limited time offer! Solve your time management issues and give your kids the perfect summer in one easy step!



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Here’s How it Works:

  1. Join the workshop and access 150+ video tutorials all at once.
  2. Get instant access to courses on Electronics, Build your own Toys and Machines, Watercolour Cute Animals and Pets, Drawing & Painting Wizards,  Potter Art Workshop and more!
  3. Get videos on materials and lists within the module
  4. Watch the video tutorials with your kids.
  5. Make something amazing together
  6. Creative projects you can share with the world!
  7. Printable certificate of completion
  8. Create your own collection of inventions and designs
  9. Join us on Instagram with hashtag #wizflixstem

(New courses added every 2-3 months!!!)

All this and more for only $9.99/monthly.

You can complete the courses at your own pace, allowing for plenty of flexibility with your family’s plans. 

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top 3 reasons STEM Activities for kids

1) Videos: Videos are considered to be an essential part of learning nowadays. Best education can happen when all your senses are involved in grasping the process and that’s why all these courses involve hands-on learning brought together via short videos.

The WIZFLIX videos are attractive, short and the step-by-step method encourages self-learning.

 2) Next Generation Standards: Inside you’ll find entertaining and educational projects like Paper rockets, Electric Dance Pad, Potter Workshop, LED cards, Sketching, watercolor and more activities to keep the kids busy while you are! 

These activities are aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards

And Technology Standards. Every activity has been broken down into steps that make understanding the concept and relevance in the real world easy.

3) Marvelous Mentors: WIZFLIX courses are developed by professionals with inspiring accomplishments in their field – we call them mentors. Mentors offer prompts, techniques, and hacks to help kids pursue their dreams. These mentors have come together from all around the world (UK, USA, Europe, Asia) to give your kids the BEST!

The mentors are qualified from NASA, worked as Software Engineers, been Teachers of Arts, Educators in Science, Universities of Fine Arts and more.  Join now here: https://wizkidsclub.com/register


our courses image1) Electronics for Kids: Pioneer new technology and become super inventors.

Nearly everything around us contains circuits and electronics. They are super smart and super small. You can combine them to make incredible things and using them you can unlock your creative superpower.

Build with Kenny: Bookmarks, Dancing Dolls, Mouse Bots, Dance Pads, Jitter bots, LED Masks and more!

2) Drawing Boot camp: Fill your own sketchbook with original drawings of monsters and animals!

Learn the secrets of sketching using guidelines and simple shapes. A beginners platform to start drawing by learning the creative process of a pro illustrator. You’ll feel proud to have a portfolio of your own artwork.

Learn with Paul: Secrets of Drawing, Using Guidelines, Pencils, and Process, Sketching cure Animals and Monsters, Perfecting Artwork.

3) Potter Art Workshop: Become a Potter illustrator and expert!

In this course, you will explore everything you need to know to become a harry potter illustrator and expert. You will create the characters and have fun drawing them.

Illustrate with Klea: Harry, Hermoine, Ron, Malfoy, Harry with Owl, Hermoine with Cat, Dobby, Quidditch Game, Four Houses, Items and Sword.

4)Draw Cute Animals & Pets: Create your own collection of cute creatures and animals!

Do you like drawing and painting cute animals and creatures? We will be exploring easy and fun ways to make animals and creatures come to life. Take your drawing to the next level in this course. 

Draw with Klea: How to bring out the cuteness in drawing animals and pets. Draw and colour a Bird, Cat, Dog, Rabbit and Mouse!

5) Invent your own Toys & Machines!

Do you like to build toys, Take them apart and have fun with science? Do you want to know how stuff is made and make your own inventions? Then this course is perfect for you.

Build with Sumita: Squishy Notebook, Air-powered Rockets, Gel Pen, Zipline, Elevator, Seeds Balls, Shoe-box Projector

6) Watercolour Wizards: Learn to paint and watercolor enchanting wizards and fun characters!

During this course, we will be exploring a bunch of cool things. We will use our imagination and draw wizards or create our own monsters. Learn simple tricks of sketching wizards and how to watercolor them to create a 3D/Shaded effect.

Paint with Klea: Wicket Wizard who has lost his shoe, Happy Monster, Enchanted Wizard ready to cast a spell, Winged Wizard, Magical wizard.

Get it today here: https://wizkidsclub.com/register

5 Advantages of Online Learning:

    1. You can learn whatever you want!

      You can pick the program of your dreams and hone your skills during your free time. It does not call for traveling away from home and struggling in an extremely competitive learning environment. You can pick any subject of your choice and master it.

    2. Comfort.

      Forget about attending classes for hours, sitting in an uncomfortable chair, and suffering from back pain by the end of the day. You will not be bound to a physical class session when you opt for WIZFLIX education. All instructions and needed materials are provided via online platforms, so you’ll easily access them from the comfort of your home.Comfort is a strong advantage, but it can go both ways. You mustn’t allow yourself to get too comfortable when studying from home, so it would be best to abandon the couch for a few hours a day and set up an inspirational environment in your home.

    3. Online courses are great for shy kids.

      Whether you’re at home, on the road or at a friend’s house, you can create your own perfect space to learn from the WIZFLIX courses. You don’t have to put up with any more disruptive environments like crowded libraries. Online learning offers better opportunities to concentrate on not being around other people. You can dedicate one room for quiet study, or if you’re shy, you don’t have to worry about interacting with other students.

    4. Self-paced learning.

      When you start browsing through interesting online courses and programs, you’ll notice the Self-Paced label on most of them. What does this mean? Self-paced learning means that the students can start completing the targets at any time, and he can arrange a learning schedule that meets their individual needs.

    5. Lower costs.

      The fact that online programs are cheaper when compared to the summer camps is enough to convince you to consider them. The average tuition for online courses depends on multiple factors, so it varies from one program to another. WIZFLIX is for $9.99 only, so that’s something you should always keep in mind.
      We saved the best part for last: many online courses are completely free of charge. MIT’s Scratch program for kids is online without any charges. Free courses don’t usually come with a certificate of completion, but they are still more than useful for anyone who wants to learn from prestigious educators.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

I’m new to STEAM, will I be able to do WIZFLIX workshop? 

Absolutely! We’ve included everything you need, including easy to understand learning sections for science, tech, engineering, art, and math topics which may be new to you. 

I have kids of different ages and abilities. How do I keep them all engaged in the projects? 

We’ve included easy steps to keep kids of different ages and abilities engaged in our activities. Plus there are easy set-up bonus projects for when someone finishes early. 

I don’t have time to set up a lot of projects, will I be able to do WIZFLIX STEM? 

Yes! Our handy supplies list and videos do the work for you.

I can’t afford a lot of special materials, can I afford WIZFLIX STEM? 

Yes! Most of the projects use basic craft supplies which you probably have on hand and you can pick and choose the ones that work best for your budget.

We know that the Summer break is a time for kids to unwind and have fun but, in a competitive world, learning shouldn’t stop when school does.

The greatest gift that you can give your child is a lifelong love of exploring and learning; remember, we’re creating tomorrow’s leaders, today!

Don’t let $9.99 come in the way of a supercharged sensational STEAM summer!

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Boost your child’s brain through creative learning

The WIZKIDS CLUB is designed to boost your child’s brain through creative learning. To help them gain a deeper understanding of the relationship between Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. The club was launched by NASA STEAM-certified leader and children’s book author Sumita Mukherjee . It is designed with children aged between 6-12 years of age in mind. The Club is built around a host of compelling activities, experiments, travel stories, DIYS and engineering books.

By signing up to the WIZKIDS CLUB newsletter today, parents can receive regular inspiration for fun and educational activities, contests, ideas and help boost your child’s brain through creative learning.

Accessing the news that will help their children read, tinker, explore and learning more efficiently. There is also a chance for new subscribers to win a free copy of the latest book. Those seeking out new opportunities for their children to make new discoveries, try hands-on projects. Join a global team of inventive young minds may see WIZKIDS CLUB as the perfect solution.

Sumita has travelled the world to enjoy new experiences and learn more about the world around us. Using her knowledge to create mysteries and adventures designed to stimulate children’s minds and help them gain a better grasp of all relevant fields. STEAM is based on the idea that learning stands to be more effectively when each area is fused into a unified learning model rather than taught individually. The model is based on real-life, practical applications and aimed at increasing engagement with the subjects whilst making them more relatable and encouraging children to think about them in holistic ways.

STEM lessons are usually incredibly exciting, inspiring creative learning and interesting and can include activities such as building models. Parents and teachers are encouraged to provide children with ample opportunities to tinker, invent, explore and partake in cross-contextual learning. Various Governments across the world have announced initiatives to address the shortage of STEM/STEAM experts, such as the former Obama administration’s “Educate to Innovate” campaign, which was launched in 2009. The UK and Germany are just two countries who have expressed concern about the lack of STEM/STEAM professionals available to help children develop their knowledge. Find out more about the WIZKIDS CLUB by using the contact us form on the site.



Stimulate your child’s mind through Science

The WIZKIDS CLUB is designed to stimulate your child’s mind via science and features activities, experiments, travel stories and engineering books. Designed with children aged between 6-12 in mind, the club provides you with vast inspiration for activities, with the newsletter featuring details on contests and news that can help you get your child reading, learning, exploring and enjoying a host of new experiences and discoveries.

The club enables you and your child to embark on exciting and valuable hands-on projects, allowing your child to become part of a global team of explorers and inventors. WIZKIDS CLUB is masterminded by Sumita Mukherjee, an author of children’s book and STEM/STEAM expert who has used her diverse experiences travelling around the world to create compelling and engaging books for children, which help young readers gain a deeper understanding of other cultures and countries, nurture their interest in discovery and find out much more about the world they live in.

WIZKIDS CLUB is focussed on raising the next generation of creatives, sparking creativity and scientific learning. It includes information on useful hands-on activities, special experiments, exciting stories and adventure books.

STEAM/STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art (and) Math. STEAM/STEM is designed to help children gain a broad understanding of each area, fusing them into a single unified learning model based on practical applications that means no area has to be taught separately. The concept has been created to heighten engagement with these subjects and make them more relatable to the wider environment, encouraging children to think about them in a holistic manner and understand how they relate to one another.

There is currently a worldwide shortage of teachers with expert skills in these areas. Though the concept was born in the USA, attempts to gain a better understanding of STEAM/STAM are being made across the world, particularly in the United Kingdom and Germany. The concept is built on finding answers to real-life problems, computational thinking and accentuating project-based learning, with lessons providing children with exciting new ways to learn. Find out more by contacting WIZKIDS CLUB today.

How to make your own “PUMPKIN FLIP-BOOK” this season.



Age: Preschool- Grade 1.

Super easy and fun STEM activity to get the little ones involved and keep busy. This flip-book has simple instructions and very easy to follow. Simple print , cut and make your own. Learn about the various stages of a pumpkin’s growth. Right from tiny seeds to giant pumpkins!


Download the book from here and print out the related pages.




Cut out the cover page of your flip- book.



Cut out the other pages and complete your book




Next, cut out the images from the suggestion box.



Sort them and then paste them in the correct box.



Staple or bind the pages in correct order.


Your flip- book is ready and read it again along with your child at sweet time. What better way than to give them the joy of a pumpkin book!


STEM or STEAM is an acronym and stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. Instead of each subject being taught individually and separately at school or home, STEAM aims to fuse them together into a unified learning model, which is also based on real-life, practical applications.

The drive behind STEM is to get more engagement with these subjects, and make it relatable to the world around us. Parents and teachers should help students integrate knowledge across discipline and encourage them to think in a holistic way, when it comes to Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.

STEAM comes from the growing need and a shortage of individuals and teachers who have expert skills in these fields. Due to this alarming problem in 2009, Obama’s administration decided to launch a nationwide “Educate to Innovate” campaign to encourage and motivate students to do exceptionally well in STEAM-related subjects. This challenge is not unique to USA only; other countries such as the UK and Germany also need to work on increasing their STEAM-skilled pool too.

Usually, STEM focuses on computational thinking, finding solutions and answers to real-life problems and often accentuates learning which is project based. STEM lessons tend to be exciting and interesting and will include making things and building models. It is important that parents and educators give children chances to tinker, invent and explore and participate in cross-contextual learning.

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