Kids often like to take things apart. They’re curious how a clock or a video game works. beanz magazine encourages kids with our quirky articles about science, technology, engineering, art, and math, also called STEM or STEAM. We’ve published articles about the history of robots, for example, as well as video game and computer science topics. We also profile scientists and engineers. Our award-winning print issues, emails, and 1100+ online archived articles teach and inspire kids interested in engineering and science and how the world works.
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