We’re starting early this year with a grab-bag of suggestions from friends for STEM-related gifts for the holidays. In no particular order, STEM-infused friends recommend these oldies-but-goodies:
Brandeis Professor Eric Olson recommends a 1971 classic, The Great International Paper Airplane Book. “This book really delighted me as a kid. Some of the designs are really easy to make, others are much more challenging, some are familiar, some are truly bizarre. It’s a lot of fun.”
LigerBots mentor Jonathan Young recommends:
LigerBots mentor Pam Wright recommends:
- Settlers of Catan
- Learning Resources Tumble Magnetic Marble Run is a newer, but less robust version of the classic Frigits, which unfortunately is out-of-stock everywhere!
Please send your recommendations for STEM holiday gifts to firstname.lastname@example.org.